DePaul University College of Communication > Academics > Undergraduate Majors > Journalism (BA) > College Core Requirements
All majors in the College of Communication (with the exception of Public Relations and Advertising) consist of a total of fourteen courses: a four-course common core plus an additional combination of ten program requirements and electives. The Public Relations and Advertising major consists of a total of fifteen courses: a four-course common core plus an additional combination of eleven program requirements and electives.
Four core courses are required of all College of Communication students:
Students are encouraged to complete all four prior to taking additional coursework in the major.
Students who intend to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the College of Communication will be required to demonstrate a measure of competence in a modern language, as defined by the college. Such competence may be demonstrated in one of several ways:
Students with some modern language training should consult with the Modern Language Department about the course with which they should begin. Students with little or no previous work in the language will be required to complete the entire three-course introductory sequence.
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