The Journalism program is located in downtown Chicago, at DePaul's Loop Campus, giving you access to the local media outlets and news organizations large and small that surround us.
“DePaul's emphasis on socially responsible reporting and an experiential learning model makes our program unique. We take DePaul out into the community, and bring Chicago into our classrooms. Our students work in major media while in the program as part of their preparation for careers in digital journalism.”
- Bruce Evensen, PhD, Journalism professor
More than a degree, you’ll gain a professional network and industry connections
You’ll meet leaders in the journalism industry via faculty connections, classroom guest speakers, Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence events, Journalism Program events, alumni events, and job and internship fairs.
Our faculty bridge the gap between academic and professional worlds. Your professors are veteran reporters, editors and producers who are ready to connect you to professional opportunities. Learn more about our faculty.
Write, edit, produce and publish real news
You'll write stories that matter—producing clips, writing stories and editing peer work for class-run blogs, partner publications and student media. In addition to earning credit and grades, you'll have opportunities to publish and distribute your work.
Build your portfolio and expand your network by joining student media as a contributor or editor. Learn more about Student Media
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