De Paul University College of Computing and Digital Media

De Paul University College Of Computing And Digital Media

DePaul University's College of Computing and Digital Media (formerly the School of Computer Science, Telecommunications and Information Systems, or "CTI") is located in Chicago, Illinois, USA. The school is commonly known as CDM. The college is organized into two schools: the School of Computing (SoC), which incorporates programs in computer and information sciences such as computer science, software engineering, security, information systems and IT project management; and the School of Cinema and Interactive Media (CIM), which encompasses digital arts majors including game development, digital cinema, animation and interactive media. The school is part of DePaul University’s Chicago Loop Campus.

CDM awards approximately 40 percent of information technology graduate degrees in the state of Illinois. The school offers 12 undergraduate and 13 graduate programs in various IT and media arts fields, as well as seven joint degrees with DePaul’s colleges of Commerce, Law, and Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School for New Learning. Eight of the school’s graduate degree programs are offered online.

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