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Media and Cinema Studies

​The Media and Cinema Studies program combines courses from the film, television, radio and new media fields of study. You will develop an understanding of critical frameworks and theories in media studies, as well as develop your creativity and technological skills.

As a Media and Cinema Studies major, you will take courses from the College of Communication, the School of Cinematic Arts and other university departments. And you will have access to DePaul's green screen studio, control room, editing suites and the digital equipment facility.

The College of Communication is located in downtown Chicago, at DePaul's Loop campus, giving you access to many media outlets and allowing you to meet and work professionally with leading companies in the industry.


Sample Courses:

  • Comics Studies
  • Documentary Studies
  • Fandom and Participatory Culture
  • Film Studies and History
  • Film Studies in Rome
  • Media Ethics
  • Television Studies and History

Program Concentrations/Tracks:

  • Latino Media & Communication

Major RequirementsSchedule of ClassesDepartment Website

Career Options

Common Career Areas:

  • Audio-visual consulting
  • Film festival coordination
  • Film production
  • Media criticism
  • Media advertising and promotion
  • Radio talent
  • Social media production
  • Television production
  • Web production


100 percent of 2017 Media and Cinema Studies graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.

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