2 1 East Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois Telephone: (312) SUPPLEMENT TO THE COMMON APPLICATION Instructions Students submitting the Common Application must complete and submit this supplement. You may submit the supplement by mailing it to the address above or by faxing it to DePaul University at (312) You also may submit the supplement online at commonapp.org. APPLICATION DEADLINES & INFORMATION: Early Action Program November 15 The Early Action Program (EAP) is non-binding and designed for high school seniors who have all application materials submitted no later than November 15. To receive strongest consideration for merit scholarships, apply by this date. Scholarships may be awarded after this date on a funds-available basis. If you are admitted under EAP, you will receive your notification by January 15 and have priority consideration for advising and registration. (The Theatre School and School of Music applicants are not eligible to apply under EAP.) School of Music December 1 All applications must be received by December 1. An entrance audition will be scheduled prior to rendering an admission decision and must be completed by March 1. All jazz guitar, violin and vocal applicants are required to submit a pre-audition recording by December 1. Notification of an admission decision will be made by April 1. For more information on the application process, go to music.depaul.edu/admissions. Regular Decision February 1 If you do not apply by the EAP deadline, the Regular Notification postmark deadline is February 1. After this date, applications are considered on a spaceavailable basis. If you submit your application materials by February 1 and file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by mid-february, you will have an admission decision by March 15 and, if admitted to DePaul, a financial aid package by the National Candidate s Reply Date of May 1. Applying Test Optional DePaul has implemented a test-optional policy for students applying for freshman admission. You can apply with or without ACT or SAT scores. If you choose to apply test optional, you are required to answer several short essay questions. The essays are available online only. After you submit your application, you will receive an with directions on how to access the essay questions. Please carefully consider your choice to apply with or without test scores. Once this application has been submitted with your choice indicated, changes cannot be made. Please note: Home-schooled and international students may not apply test optional. International students must submit a test proving English proficiency. The Theatre School January 15 (Or two weeks prior to your audition or interview, whichever is earlier.) All of your application materials should be sent directly to The Theatre School at 2135 N. Kenmore Ave., Chicago, IL Notification of an admission decision will be made by April 1. In addition to the application instructions above, you must: 1. Submit one photograph for identification purposes (write your name on the back of the photograph). 2. Submit three letters of recommendation. (The high school counselor recommendation may count as one of the three.) 3. Schedule an audition, portfolio review or interview. An audition fee will be charged when you schedule your audition, portfolio review or interview. There are additional requirements for each specific major. For more details, please go to theatre.depaul.edu/admissions. Conditional Admission for International Applicants DePaul offers conditional admission to qualified international undergraduate applicants who have been educated in a language other than English, when their academic records qualify them for admission, but they have not taken an English proficiency test (TOEFL, IELTS) or their scores are lower than our required minimum. Applicants who are offered conditional admission must study at DePaul s English Language Academy until they meet DePaul s English proficiency requirements before enrolling in an academic program. Music and Theatre applicants cannot be considered for conditional admission.
3 ABOUT YOU Name Last Name First Middle Social Security Number - - or Date of Birth / / Month/Day/Year Address Address Used on Common Application City State Zip Phone ( ) Area Code High School COLLEGE APPLYING TO: (To identify a major, view a complete list on the last page of this application.) College of Communication College of Computing and Digital Media College of Education College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences College of Science and Health Driehaus College of Business School of Music Voice or Instrument Private teacher: Yes No If Yes : Name of Private Teacher His/Her Address The Theatre School ADMISSION TYPE: (Refer to the instructions on the previous page. You must select only one admission type.) Test Optional (I will NOT submit ACT or SAT scores for evaluation.) I will be submitting (or have submitted) ACT or SAT scores. I am an international student and will be submitting/have submitted proof of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS). I am an international student and am applying to DePaul s English Language Academy (conditional admission). APPLYING FOR: Fall Quarter (September 2013) Winter Quarter (January 2014) Spring Quarter (March 2014) Summer Quarter (June and/or July 2014) ADMISSION PROGRAM: (Refer to the instructions above. You must select only one admission program.) Early Action For Freshmen Only (Must be postmarked by Nov. 15) Regular Decision (Must be postmarked by Feb. 1) School of Music (Must be postmarked by Dec. 1) The Theatre School (Must be postmarked by Jan. 15)
4 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION If you are applying to the College of Education, are you a participant in the Golden Apple Scholars program? Yes No MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION: If you indicated on the Common Application that you are a veteran or currently serving in the military, what is your military status? Active Duty Active Reserve Inactive Reserve Retired Military Do you plan to apply for veteran s dependent benefits? Yes No (If Yes, what type of benefits do you plan to apply for?) Montgomery GI Bill Post 9/11 (Ch. 33) Montgomery GI Bill (Ch. 30) Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve (Ch. 1606) Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve (Ch. 1607) Vocational Rehabilitation None Please list how many years of each subject you intend to complete by high school graduation: TOTAL NUMBER OF HOW MANY YEARS WILL BE: *LIST THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF MATH COMPLETED SUBJECT YEARS TO BE COMPLETED: AP HONORS IB AT THE TIME OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION. Math* English Science Social Science/History Foreign Language Have any DePaul alumni or faculty/staff influenced your decision to apply? Yes No If so, please list their name(s), relationship to you and affiliation with DePaul below (i.e. DePaul faculty or staff or DePaul alumnus or alumnae). Name Relationship Affiliation with DePaul _ Do you, a family member or a friend have any affiliation with DePaul University? Yes No If so, please list their name(s), relationship to you and affiliation with DePaul below (i.e. DePaul faculty or staff, DePaul alumnus or alumnae, corporate or community partnership, Board of Trustees, donor, etc.). Name Relationship Affiliation with DePaul _ If you indicated on the Common Application that your parent/guardian is employed by DePaul University, please provide the name of the DePaul department where your parent, step-parent or guardian is employed:. To which other colleges or universities are you applying? Name City State _ DePaul University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or handicap in admission, employment or the provision of services. DePaul University complies with the Clery Act. More information can be found at depaul.edu/securityreport.
5 First-year Application For Spring 2013 or Fall 2013 Enrollment APPLICANT Legal Name Last/Family/Sur (Enter name exactly as it appears on official documents.) First/Given Middle (complete) Jr., etc. Preferred name, if not first name (only one) Former last name(s) Birth Date p Female p Male mm/dd/yyyy Preferred Telephone p Home p Cell Address US Social Security Number, if any Required for US Citizens and Permanent Residents applying for financial aid via FAFSA Home ( ) Cell ( ) Area/Country/City Code Area/Country/City Code IM Address Permanent home address Number & Street Apartment # City/Town County or Parish State/Province Country ZIP/Postal Code If different from above, please give your current mailing address for all admission correspondence. (from to ) (mm/dd/yyyy) (mm/dd/yyyy) Current mailing address Number & Street Apartment # City/Town County or Parish State/Province Country ZIP/Postal Code If your current mailing address is a boarding school, include name of school here: FUTURE PLANS Your answers to these questions will vary for different colleges. If the online system did not ask you to answer some of the questions you see in this section, this college chose not to ask that question of its applicants. College Deadline mm/dd/yyyy Entry Term: p Fall (Jul-Dec) p Spring (Jan-Jun) Do you intend to apply for need-based financial aid? p Yes p No Decision Plan Do you intend to apply for merit-based scholarships? p Yes p No Academic Interests Do you intend to be a full-time student? p Yes p No Do you intend to enroll in a degree program your first year? p Yes p No Career Interest Do you intend to live in college housing? What is the highest degree you intend to earn? DemographicS Citizenship Status Non-US Citizenship(s) _ Birthplace City/Town State/Province Country Years lived in the US? Years lived outside the US? Language Proficiency (Check all that apply.) S(Speak) R(Read) W(Write) F(First Language) H(Spoken at Home) S R W F H p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p Optional The items with a gray background are optional. No information you provide will be used in a discriminatory manner. Religious Preference US Armed Services veteran status 1. Are you Hispanic/Latino? p Yes, Hispanic or Latino (including Spain) p No If yes, please describe your background. _ 2. Regardless of your answer to the prior question, please indicate how you identify yourself. (Check one or more and describe your background.) p American Indian or Alaska Native (including all Original Peoples of the Americas) Are you Enrolled? p Yes p No If yes, please enter Tribal Enrollment Number p Asian (including Indian subcontinent and Philippines) _ p Black or African American (including Africa and Caribbean) _ p Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (Original Peoples) _ p White (including Middle Eastern) 2012 The Common Application, Inc. AP-1 /
6 FAMILY Please list both parents below, even if one or more is deceased or no longer has legal responsibilities toward you. Many colleges collect this information for demographic purposes even if you are an adult or an emancipated minor. If you are a minor with a legal guardian (an individual or government entity), then please list that information below as well. If you wish, you may list step-parents and/or other adults with whom you reside, or who otherwise care for you, in the Additional Information section. Household Parents marital status (relative to each other): p Never Married p Married p Civil Union/Domestic Partners p Widowed p Separated p Divorced (date ) mm/yyyy With whom do you make your permanent home? p Parent 1 p Parent 2 p Both p Legal Guardian p Ward of the Court/State p Other If you have children, how many? Parent 1 p Mother p Father p Unknown Is Parent 1 living? p Yes p No (Date Deceased ) mm/yyyy Last/Family/Sur First/Given Middle Former last name(s) Country of birth Home address if different from yours Preferred Telephone: p Home p Cell p Work ( ) Area/Country/City Code Occupation Employer College (if any) CEEB Degree Year Graduate School (if any) CEEB Degree Year Legal Guardian (if other than a parent) Relationship to you Last/Family/Sur First/Given Middle Country of birth Home address if different from yours Preferred Telephone: p Home p Cell p Work ( ) Area/Country/City Code Occupation Employer College (if any) CEEB Degree Year Graduate School (if any) CEEB Degree Year Parent 2 p Mother p Father p Unknown Is Parent 2 living? p Yes p No (Date Deceased ) mm/yyyy Last/Family/Sur First/Given Middle Former last name(s) Country of birth Home address if different from yours Preferred Telephone: p Home p Cell p Work ( ) Area/Country/City Code Occupation Employer College (if any) CEEB Degree Year Graduate School (if any) CEEB Degree Year Siblings Please give names and ages of your brothers or sisters. If they are enrolled in grades K-12 (or international equivalent), list their grade levels. If they have attended or are currently attending college, give the names of the undergraduate institution, degree earned, and approximate dates of attendance. If more than three siblings, please list them in the Additional Information section. Name Age & Grade Relationship College Attended CEEB Degree earned Dates or expected mm/yyyy mm/yyyy Name Age & Grade Relationship College Attended CEEB Degree earned Dates or expected mm/yyyy mm/yyyy Name Age & Grade Relationship College Attended CEEB Degree earned Dates or expected mm/yyyy mm/yyyy 2012 The Common Application, Inc. AP-2 /
7 EDUCATION Secondary Schools Most recent secondary school attended Entry Date Graduation Date School Type: p Public p Charter p Independent p Religious p Home School mm/yyyy mm/dd/yyyy Address CEEB/ACT Code Number & Street City/Town State/Province Country ZIP/Postal Code Counselor s Name Counselor s Title Telephone ( ) Fax ( ) Area/Country/City Code Number Ext. Area/Country/City Code Number List all other secondary schools you have attended since 9 th grade, including academic summer schools or enrichment programs hosted on a secondary school campus: School Name & CEEB/ACT Code Location (City, State/Province, ZIP/Postal Code, Country) Dates Attended (mm/yyyy) Please list any community program/organization that has provided free assistance with your application process: If your education was or will be interrupted, please indicate so here and provide details in the Additional Information section: Colleges & Universities List all college/university affiliated courses you have taken since 9th grade and mark all that apply: taught on college campus (CO); taught on high school campus, excluding AP/IB (HS); taught online (ON); college credit awarded (CR); transcript available (TR); degree candidate (DC). College/University Name & CEEB/ACT Code Location (City, State/Province, ZIP/Postal Code, Country) CO HS ON CR TR DC Dates Attended Degree Earned mm/yyyy mm/yyyy p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p If you indicated that a transcript is available, please have an official copy sent to your colleges as soon as possible. ACADEMICS The self-reported information in this section is not intended to take the place of your official records. Please note the requirements of each institution to which you are applying and arrange for official transcripts and score reports to be sent from your secondary school and the appropriate testing agencies. Where Best Scores are requested, please report the highest individual scores you have earned so far, even if those scores are from different test dates. Grades Class Rank Class Size Weighted? p Yes p No GPA Scale Weighted? p Yes p No (if available) (if available) ACT Exam Dates: Best Scores: (past & future) mm/yyyy mm/yyyy mm/yyyy (so far) COMP mm/yyyy English mm/yyyy Math mm/yyyy Reading mm/yyyy Science mm/yyyy Writing mm/yyyy SAT Exam Dates: Best Scores: (past & future) mm/dd/yyyy mm/dd/yyyy mm/dd/yyyy (so far) Critical Reading mm/dd/yyyy Math mm/dd/yyyy Writing mm/dd/yyyy TOEFL/ Exam Dates: Best Score: IELTS (past & future) mm/yyyy mm/yyyy mm/yyyy (so far) Test Score mm/yyyy AP/IB/SAT Best Scores: Subjects (per subject, so far) mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score mm/yyyy Type & Subject Score Current Courses Please list all courses you are taking this year and indicate level (AP, IB, advanced, honors, etc.) and credit value. Indicate quarter classes taken in the same semester on the appropriate semester line. Full Year/First Semester/First Trimester Second Semester/Second Trimester Third Trimester or additional first/second term courses if more space is needed 2012 The Common Application, Inc. AP-3 /
8 Honors Briefly list any academic distinctions or honors you have received since the 9 th grade or international equivalent (e.g., National Merit, Cum Laude Society). S(School) S/R(State or Regional) N(National) I(International) Grade level or post-graduate (PG) Honor Highest Level of Recognition PG S S/R N I p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p p Extracurricular Activities & Work Experience Extracurricular Please list your principal extracurricular, volunteer, and work activities in their order of importance to you. Feel free to group your activities and paid work experience separately if you prefer. Use the space available to provide details of your activities and accomplishments (specific events, varsity letter, musical instrument, employer, etc.). To allow us to focus on the highlights of your activities, please complete this section even if you plan to attach a résumé. Grade level or post-graduate (PG) PG Hours per week Approximate time spent Weeks per year When did you participate in the activity? Summer/ School School year Break Positions held, honors won, letters earned, or employer If applicable, do you plan to participate in college? ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity ppppp p p p Activity 2012 The Common Application, Inc. AP-4 /
9 WRITING Please briefly elaborate on one of your extracurricular activities or work experiences in the space below. Please write an essay of words on a topic of your choice or on one of the options listed below, and attach it to your application before submission. Please indicate your topic by checking the appropriate box. This personal essay helps us become acquainted with you as a person and student, apart from courses, grades, test scores, and other objective data. It will also demonstrate your ability to organize your thoughts and express yourself. NOTE: Your Common Application essay should be the same for all colleges. Do not customize it in any way for individual colleges. Colleges that want customized essay responses will ask for them on a supplement form. p 1 Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you. p 2 Discuss some issue of personal, local, national, or international concern and its importance to you. p 3 Indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you, and describe that influence. p p 5 A range of academic interests, personal perspectives, and life experiences adds much to the educational mix. Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates what you would bring to the diversity in a college community or an encounter that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you. p 6 Topic of your choice. Additional Information Please attach a separate sheet if you wish to provide details of circumstances or qualifications not reflected in the application. 4 Describe a character in fiction, a historical figure, or a creative work (as in art, music, science, etc.) that has had an influence on you, and explain that influence. Disciplinary History a Have you ever been found responsible for a disciplinary violation at any educational institution you have attended from the 9 th grade (or the international equivalent) forward, whether related to academic misconduct or behavioral misconduct, that resulted in a disciplinary action? These actions could include, but are not limited to: probation, suspension, removal, dismissal, or expulsion from the institution. p Yes p No b Have you ever been adjudicated guilty or convicted of a misdemeanor, felony, or other crime? p Yes p No [Note that you are not required to answer yes to this question, or provide an explanation, if the criminal adjudication or conviction has been expunged, sealed, annulled, pardoned, destroyed, erased, impounded, or otherwise ordered by a court to be kept confidential.] If you answered yes to either or both questions, please attach a separate sheet of paper that gives the approximate date of each incident, explains the circumstances, and reflects on what you learned from the experience. Note: Applicants are expected to immediately notify the institutions to which they are applying should there be any changes to the information requested in this application, including disciplinary history. SIGNATURE Application Fee Payment If this college requires an application fee, how will you be paying it? p Online Payment p Will Mail Payment p Online Fee Waiver Request p Will Mail Fee Waiver Request Required Signature w w w I certify that all information submitted in the admission process including the application, the personal essay, any supplements, and any other supporting materials is my own work, factually true, and honestly presented, and that these documents will become the property of the institutions to which I am applying and will not be returned to me. I understand that I may be subject to a range of possible disciplinary actions, including admission revocation, expulsion, or revocation of course credit, grades, and degree, should the information I have certified be false. I acknowledge that I have reviewed the application instructions for each college receiving this application. I understand that all offers of admission are conditional, pending receipt of final transcripts showing work comparable in quality to that upon which the offer was based, as well as honorable dismissal from the school. I affirm that I will send an enrollment deposit (or equivalent) to only one institution; sending multiple deposits (or equivalent) may result in the withdrawal of my admission offers from all institutions. [Note: Students may send an enrollment deposit (or equivalent) to a second institution where they have been admitted from the waitlist, provided that they inform the first institution that they will no longer be enrolling.] Signature Date mm/dd/yyyy Common Application member institution admission offices do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, parental status, physical disability, learning disability, political affiliation, veteran status, or sexual orientation The Common Application, Inc. AP-5 /
10 SCHOOL REPORT For Spring 2013 or Fall 2013 Enrollment SR To the applicant After completing all the relevant questions below, give this form to your secondary school counselor or another school official who knows you better. If applying via mail, please also give that school official stamped envelopes addressed to each institution that requires a School Report. p Female Legal Name p Male Last/Family/Sur (Enter name exactly as it appears on official documents.) First/Given Middle (complete) Jr., etc. Birth Date CAID (Common App ID) mm/dd/yyyy Address Number & Street Apartment # City/Town State/Province Country ZIP/Postal Code School you now attend CEEB/ACT Code Current year courses please indicate title, level (AP, IB, advanced honors, etc.) and credit value of all courses you are taking this year. Indicate quarter classes taken in the same semester on the appropriate semester line. Full Year/First Semester/First Trimester Second Semester/Second Trimester Third Trimester or additional first/second term courses if more space is needed IMPORTANT PRIVACY NOTE: By signing this form, I authorize all schools that I have attended to release all requested records covered under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) so that my application may be reviewed by The Common Application member institution(s) to which I am applying. I further authorize the admission officers reviewing my application, including seasonal staff employed for the sole purpose of evaluating applications, to contact officials at my current and former schools should they have questions about the school forms submitted on my behalf. I understand that under the terms of the FERPA, after I matriculate I will have access to this form and all other recommendations and supporting documents submitted by me and on my behalf, unless at least one of the following is true: 1. The institution does not save recommendations post-matriculation (see list at 2. I waive my right to access below, regardless of the institution to which it is sent: p Yes, I do waive my right to access, and I understand I will never see this form or any other recommendations submitted by me or on my behalf. p No, I do not waive my right to access, and I may someday choose to see this form or any other recommendations or supporting documents submitted by me or on my behalf to the institution at which I m enrolling, if that institution saves them after I matriculate. Required Signature Date To the SECONDARY SCHOOL COUNSELOR Attach applicant s official transcript, including courses in progress, a school profile, and transcript legend. (Check transcript copies for readability.) Use both pages to complete your evaluation for this student. Be sure to sign below before mailing directly to the college/university admission office. Do not mail this form to The Common Application offices. Counselor s Name (Mr./Mrs./Ms./Dr.) Please print or type Signature Date mm/dd/yyyy Title School School Address Number & Street City/Town State/Province Country ZIP/Postal Code School Website Address Counselor s Telephone ( ) Counselor s Fax ( ) Area/Country/City Code Number Ext. Area/Country/City Code Number School CEEB/ACT Code Counselor s The Common Application, Inc. SR-1 /
11 Background Information Class Rank Class Size Covering a period from to. (mm/yyyy) (mm/yyyy) The rank is p weighted p unweighted. How many additional students share this rank? How do you report class rank? quartile quintile decile Cumulative GPA: on a scale, covering a period from to. (mm/yyyy) (mm/yyyy) This GPA is p weighted p unweighted. The school s passing mark is. Highest GPA in class Graduation Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Percentage of graduating class immediately attending: four-year two-year institutions How many courses does your school offer: AP IB Honors If school policy limits the number a student may take in a given year, please list the maximum allowed: AP IB Honors Is the applicant an IB Diploma candidate? p Yes p No Are classes taken on a block schedule? p Yes p No In comparison with other college preparatory students at your school, the applicant s course selection is: p most demanding p very demanding p demanding p average p below average How long have you known this student and in what context? What are the first words that come to your mind to describe this student? Ratings Compared to other students in his or her class year, how do you rate this student in terms of: No basis Academic achievement Extracurricular accomplishments Personal qualities and character Overall Below average Average Good (above average) Very good (well above average) Excellent (top 10%) Outstanding (top 5%) One of the top few I ve encountered (top 1%) Evaluation Please provide comments that will help us differentiate this student from others. Feel free to attach an additional sheet or another reference you have prepared for this student. Alternatively, you may attach a reference written by another school official who can better describe the student. We especially welcome a broad-based assessment and encourage you to consider describing or addressing: The applicant s academic, extracurricular, and personal characteristics. Relevant context for the applicant s performance and involvement, such as particularities of family situation or responsibilities, after-school work obligations, sibling childcare, or other circumstances, either positive or negative. Observed problematic behaviors, perhaps separable from academic performance, that an admission committee should explore further. I cannot provide a written evaluation because (check one or both): p I do not have sufficient personal knowledge of this student. p The demands of my counseling load do not afford me sufficient time. a Has the applicant ever been found responsible for a disciplinary violation at your school from the 9 th grade (or the international equivalent) forward, whether related to academic misconduct or behavioral misconduct, that resulted in a disciplinary action? These actions could include, but are not limited to: probation, suspension, removal, dismissal, or expulsion from your institution. p Yes p No p School policy prevents me from responding b To your knowledge, has the applicant ever been adjudicated guilty or convicted of a misdemeanor, felony, or other crime? p Yes p No p School policy prevents me from responding. [Note that you are not required to answer yes to this question, or provide an explanation, if the criminal adjudication or conviction has been expunged, sealed, annulled, pardoned, destroyed, erased, impounded, or otherwise ordered to be kept confidential by a court.] If you answered yes to either or both questions, please attach a separate sheet of paper or use your written recommendation to give the approximate date of each incident and explain the circumstances. Applicants are expected to immediately notify the institutions to which they are applying should there be any changes to the information requested in this application, including disciplinary history. p Check here if you would prefer to discuss this applicant over the phone with each admission office. I recommend this student: p No basis p With reservation p Fairly strongly p Strongly p Enthusiastically 2012 The Common Application, Inc. SR-2/
12 PROGRAMS Driehaus College of Business ACCOUNTANCY Strobel Honors Program BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION E-BUSINESS ECONOMICS Economics Honors Program FINANCE Finance Honors Program HOSPITALITY LEADERSHIP Event Management Food & Beverage Management Lodging Management Non-profit Hospitality Leadership Private Club Management MANAGEMENT Entrepreneurship General Management Human Resource Management Leadership Management Operations Management Sports Management MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MARKETING Integrated Marketing Education Honors Program Sales Leadership REAL ESTATE College of Communication COMMUNICATION & MEDIA COMMUNICATION STUDIES INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION JOURNALISM MEDIA & CINEMA STUDIES ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION PUBLIC RELATIONS & ADVERTISING RELATIONAL COMMUNICATION College of Computing & Digital Media (CDM) ANIMATION Cinema Game Art COMPUTER GAME DEVELOPMENT Game Design Game Play Programming Systems Programming COMPUTER SCIENCE Software Engineering DIGITAL CINEMA Cinema Production Screenwriting Sound TV Production GRAPHIC DESIGN INFORMATION ASSURANCE & SECURITY ENGINEERING INFORMATION SYSTEMS Analyst Developer INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERACTIVE MEDIA Design Development MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES Application Development Network Security College of Education EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION MUSIC EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sport & Fitness Management (non-certification) Teaching SECONDARY EDUCATION Biology Chemistry English Environmental Science History Mathematics Physics Social Science Visual Art WORLD LANGUAGES EDUCATION Chinese French German Italian Japanese Spanish College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences AFRICAN & BLACK DIASPORA STUDIES AMERICAN STUDIES ANTHROPOLOGY ARABIC STUDIES ART, MEDIA & DESIGN Media Arts Studio Arts CATHOLIC STUDIES CHINESE STUDIES CITIES (minor only) CLASSICAL STUDIES (minor only) COMMUNITY SERVICE STUDIES (minor only) COMPARATIVE LITERATURE (minor only) ECONOMICS ENGLISH FRENCH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (certificate only) GEOGRAPHY GERMAN GERMAN STUDIES (minor only) GLOBAL ASIAN STUDIES (minor only) HISTORY HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IRISH STUDIES (minor only) ISLAMIC WORLD STUDIES ITALIAN JAPANESE STUDIES LATIN AMERICAN & LATINO STUDIES LGBTQ STUDIES (minor only) PEACE, JUSTICE & CONFLICT STUDIES PHILOSOPHY POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSIONAL WRITING (minor only) PUBLIC POLICY Environmental Studies Urban Studies RELIGIOUS STUDIES Jewish Studies Religion & Culture Religion, Ethics & Social Justice Women & Gender RUSSIAN STUDIES (minor only) SOCIOLOGY Dynamics of Urban Society Health & Human Services Law, Crime & Criminology Sociology of Culture SPANISH WOMEN S & GENDER STUDIES WRITING, RHETORIC AND DISCOURSE College of Science & Health ALLIED HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES Clinical Laboratory Sciences Nuclear Medicine Technology Radiation Therapy BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES CHEMISTRY ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES HEALTH SCIENCES BioScience Health Care Policy & Practice MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE PHYSICS PSYCHOLOGY School of Music BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MUSIC COMPOSITION JAZZ STUDIES MUSIC EDUCATION MUSIC PERFORMANCE PERFORMING ARTS MANAGEMENT SOUND RECORDING TECHNOLOGY The Theatre School ACTING COSTUME DESIGN COSTUME TECHNOLOGY DRAMATURGY/CRITICISM LIGHTING DESIGN PLAYWRITING SCENIC DESIGN SOUND DESIGN STAGE MANAGEMENT THEATRE ARTS THEATRE MANAGEMENT THEATRE TECHNOLOGY Pre-Professional DePaul offers pre-professional preparation in a number of different areas. Examples of these areas of study include: CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY DENTISTRY ENGINEERING HEALTH LAW MEDICINE NURSING OSTEOPATHY PHARMACY PHYSICAL THERAPY VETERINARY MEDICINE 1 EAST JACKSON BOULEVARD, SUITE 9000 CHICAGO, IL TELEPHONE: (312) OUTSIDE OF ILLINOIS: (800) 4DEPAUL WEB: DEPAUL.EDU DePaul university is an equal opportunity educator and employer. 1051_12
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