College of Communication

Find your voice.

At DePaul’s College of Communication, you’ll build the skills and voice you need to inform—and inspire—the world.

 
 

Undergraduate Degrees

Choose from eight undergraduate programs to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree that opens doors in a variety of fields, from journalism and cinema to organizational communication and public relations and advertising.

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Graduate Programs

Advance your career with a choice of programs for a Master of Arts degree in areas that span public relations and advertising, journalism, communication and media, and health communication, among others.

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Major market, major opportunities

Learn your craft in Chicago, a global communication hub that’s home to companies of all sizes, major media outlets, legacy newsrooms, advertising and PR agencies, professional sports franchises, museums and other organizations.

 

Learn from communication experts

DePaul’s faculty of professors and practicing professionals come from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, bringing valuable knowledge, extensive professional networks and a shared passion for teaching.

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Join a global alumni community

DePaul’s College of Communication has alumni in all 50 states
and 60 countries, and many of them are industry influencers.

Advance your career

Whether you’re a talented creative, an aspiring writer, a practicing professional or a career changer, you'll develop the perspective, skills and connections to accelerate your path forward in the communication field.

Communicate with us, face to face

Admission events are a great way for you to get a direct sense of what DePaul’s College of Communication is all about—meet faculty members, explore academic opportunities and learn about our unique learning philosophy and environment. DePaul also offers campus tours and hosts regular visit events for all prospective students.

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