DePaul's Bachelor of Arts in Computing is a joint degree offered by the College of Computing and Digital Media and the School for New Learning. The Computing program is designed for working adults through a personalized curriculum that is competence-based, allowing you to earn credit from previous college courses, work and life experience.
The program focuses on the relationship between hardware, software and information systems and the organizational dynamics that occur in actual computing contexts.
As a Computing student, you may choose to specialize in one of 11 Focus Area Tracks:
Customized Focus Track
- Computer Science
- Digital Cinema
- E-Commerce Technology
- Game Design
- Graphic Design
- Information Systems
- Information Technology
- Interactive and Social Media
- Network Technology
Courses are offered at DePaul's Loop, Naperville, Oak Forest and O'Hare campuses.
The Computing program offers an online degree option where you can take all of your courses entirely online.