DePaul Communication College Students 

College of Communication

Choose from 7 undergraduate majors and 6 graduate programs


Professors Who Do More Than Teach

Paul Booth teaches Media and Cinema Studies and does research on modern-day fandom. He also curates the annual Pop Culture Conference at DePaul and is regularly quoted as a popular culture expert for Teen Vogue, the Wall Street Journal and CNN.

Successful Alumni

"Since graduation, I've worked in three of Chicago’s biggest newsrooms and freelanced for the New York Times. The skills and network I built from my time at DePaul have gotten me where I am today."

Richard Ray, Digital News Editor
NBC Chicago
Journalism, class of 2013


Beyond the Classroom

  • Cover campus news for The DePaulia student newspaper 
  • Present your team's public relations and advertising campaign at national competitions
  • Study Spanish cinema and culture during study abroad in Spain 
  • Produce your own podcast for Radio DePaul

Connected to Chicago

  • Take a selfie in front of the Oprah Show’s doors at the Museum of Broadcast Communication
  • Network with top firms during Publicity Club of Chicago’s PR Career Day
  • Intern in the nation’s third-largest media market for companies like Chicago Tribune, iHeartMedia or CBS
College of Communication at DePaul


94 percent of Communication undergraduate students are employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation.
(Source: DePaul Career Center, 2016)

Communication, Journalism, and PR at DePaul