Formerly known as the School of Computer Science, Telecommunications and Information Systems (CTI), we became the College of Computing and Digital Media in 2008 to better convey the scope of our programs to employers and industry professionals.
CDM is now organized into two schools: the School of Computing (SoC) and the School of Cinema and Interactive Media (CIM). No matter which major you declare, you may choose minors and electives from either school to gain the skills you seek. More importantly you'll get the right blend of theory and experience to prepare you to ride the wave of changing technologies throughout your career.
Our degree programs offer innovative foundations and practical applications of today's most sought after skills and credentials. Our academic facilities are kept continually up-to-date with industry-current equipment and technology.
CDM's Undergraduate Programs reflect DePaul's focus on a broad liberal education with specialized and rigorous study in computing and digital media. Our degree programs offer academic options in technology, computing, and media that stay closely connected to emerging trends.
Our Graduate Programs are designed for working professionals to advance their careers. Classes are offered in the evenings in the Loop and online. Ten of CDM's graduate programs are also offered completely online.
Our Professional Development certificates offer short-term and specialized learning options for IT and Computer Science professionals to stay on top of the latest technology developments and trends.