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Communication and Media (BA)

The Communication and Media program is designed for students interested in multiple fields of communication. As a communication and media major you will acquire the fundamental communication and critical thinking skills needed to enter jobs across the public, private and non-profit sectors.

While pursuing a major in media and communications, you will take courses from a variety of programs in the College of Communication and School of Cinematic Arts, including Digital Cinema, Communication and Technology, Journalism, Organizational Communication, and Public Relations and Advertising.

At DePaul, those who major in Communication and Media have the option of enrolling in the online degree completion option where your third and fourth year courses are completed entirely online.

We also offer the 3+3 BA/JD Program, which allows high-achieving first-year undergraduate students to be admitted simultaneously to the College of Communication (CMN) and the College of Law (LAW). You’ll complete your first three years in CMN and your final three years in LAW.



  • Business and Professional Communication
  • Digital Cinema Production
  • Documentary Studies
  • Editing
  • Media and Cultural Studies
  • Public Speaking
  • Screenwriting
  • Storytelling and Style in Cinema
  • Television production


  • Latino Media & Communication

Career Options

Common Career Areas

  • Advertising
  • Copywriting
  • Creative directing
  • Marketing
  • Media consulting
  • Media planning
  • Public relations
  • Publishing
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of Communication and Media graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.

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