Driehaus College of Business
Established in 1912, the Driehaus College of Business is the nation's tenth oldest business school and serves individuals and organizations seeking access to the highest quality business education as a means for achieving intellectual and professional goals. The College also encompasses our highly respected graduate programs in business.
The Kellstadt Graduate School of Business
prepares students to be leaders by frequently updating its programs to keep pace with the dynamics of global business. Kellstadt includes a highly respected part-time MBA program, which has received numerous top-10 rankings by U.S. News & World Report
The College of Communication provides students with a combination of timeless principles and up-to-the-minute tools, whether they’re pursuing journalism; public relations and advertising; health communication; media studies; radio, television and cinema; relational, group and organizational communication; or intercultural communication.
The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) offers students a collaborative education where technology, artistry and business intersect. CDM is organized into two schools:
The School of Cinema and Interactive Media (CIM) lets you apply your creativity in an evolving industry, featuring digital media programs from animation and game development to digital cinema and interactive media.
The School of Computing (SoC) puts the latest technology and research opportunities at students' fingertips, with programs like computer science, software engineering, information systems, security and more.
The College of Education offers degree programs in bilingual/bicultural education; counseling; curriculum studies; early childhood education; educational leadership; elementary education; exercise science; middle school mathematics education; physical education; reading specialist education; secondary education; social and cultural foundations of education; special education; sport, fitness and recreation leadership; and world language education.
The DePaul College of Law was one of the first law schools in the country to introduce educational innovations like the study of negotiation techniques, courses in international criminal law and pre-trial courses in skills techniques. Today, our health law and intellectual property programs are among the best in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.
The oldest college at DePaul, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (LAS) offers 29 undergraduate and 31 graduate degree programs. Courses meet during the day, evenings and on weekends, primarily on the Lincoln Park Campus.
Currently the largest graduate program in LAS, the School of Public Service
was established in 1970 and became its own school within LAS in 2007. Faculty members teach leaders of nonprofit and government organizations critical thinking and policy analysis, as well as current management skills and techniques.
The College of Science and Health (CSH) was established in 2011 to help its students meet the demands of the growing fields of science and health. CSH offers multiple undergraduate majors and graduate programs in the areas of biology, chemistry, environmental science, health sciences, mathematics, nursing, physics and psychology.
The college also provides streamlined programs
in medicine, pharmacy, podiatry, physical therapy, physician assistant practice and pathologists' assistant practice in partnership with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.
The School of Nursing
was established in 2011, but nursing at DePaul has a 65-year history of innovative program design. Faculty scholarship focuses on vulnerable populations and quality and safety in nursing practice.
DePaul’s School of Music was founded in 1912 and is dedicated to
excellence in both music teaching and performance. When they’re not
working with DePaul students, many of the school’s faculty serve as
members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, or
the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra, or as some of the city’s most
prominent freelance, chamber and jazz musicians.
Created in 1972 to serve the learning needs of adult students, the School for New Learning (SNL) is one of the first university-wide efforts in the United States catering to older students through a separate college. SNL's innovative approach to teaching the adult student, which gives students credit toward degrees for life experience, has earned it international acclaim.
Founded in 1925 as the Goodman School of Drama, The Theatre School at DePaul is the Midwest's oldest theatre training conservatory. Known for its highly structured program and set in a world-renowned theater city, the school has earned a reputation as a standard of excellence in American professional theatre training.
DePaul University has received both institutional and specialized accreditation
by numerous associations and organizations.