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Undergraduate

Art, Media, and Design is a program of interdisciplinary study for a Bachelor of Arts degree with three concentrations: Studio Art, Photography and Media Art, and Graphic Art. Each of the concentrations comprises wide varieties of comparative courses, specifically designed to enhance students’ creativity, productivity, artistic and analytic skills and the grasp of the subject matter on the whole. Students will first complete required core courses and then follow with the requirements of their desired area of concentration.

For visual arts education, please visit the DePaul University Catalog.

Students in the Art, Media, and Design department can choose from the following concentrations:

  • Photography and Media Art
  • Studio Art
  • Graphic Art
  • Pre-Professional Study: Students combine their art major with other disciplines to prepare for graduate study in animation, business, communications, graphic design, and in the history of art and architecture.
 

Please follow one of the current plans listed below if you are not a department major and are interested in an art minor:

Students should meet with their advisors regularly to make sure they are on track with degree requirements. Please contact Professor Mary Ann Papanek-Miller, chair of the department, at mpapanek@depau.edu for assistance.