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DePaul University Graduate Programs

Joined in September 2010

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The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (LAS) is the oldest college at DePaul, with 28 undergraduate majors and 18 graduate programs. Courses are offered in the day, evenings and on weekends, primarily on our Lincoln Park Campus. LAS includes several key academic centers, including the Humanities Center, Center for Latino Research, Social Science Research Center, Center for Black Diaspora, Center for Interreligious Engagement, Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, the DePaul Family and Community Services, Center for Community and Organizational Development and the Center for Community Research.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is committed to providing all of its students with a liberal education that balances in-depth study in certain areas with a breadth of experience in the various disciplines that form the core of human knowledge. Its degree-granting programs and disciplines share a commitment to the highest standards of academic quality, to a mode of study that nurtures critical thinking skills, to a self-conscious examination of questions of value and meaning, and to the development of those habits of the heart and mind intrinsic to a life-long and independent learner.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences values and nurtures the urban and Vincentian mission of DePaul University. The interactions among its faculty and between its faculty and its students are characterized by personalism. Significant portions of the curriculum speak to questions of social responsibility, ethical standards for behavior, and an active engagement with the people and the challenges of the Chicago community.


For a listing of all graduate programs offered by DePaul University, please visit go.depaul.edu/graduateprograms.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (LAS) is the oldest college at DePaul, with 28 undergraduate majors and 18 graduate programs. Courses are offered in the day, evenings and on weekends, primarily on our Lincoln Park Campus. LAS…

Issue Areas Include

  • Community Development
  • Economic Development
  • Education
  • Volunteering
  • Women

Location

  • Office of Graduate Admission
    2400 N. Shefflield Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60614

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