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Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

Curriculum - Before Fall 2014

Year 1: Foundation (18 credit hours)

Semester I

Semester II

Year 2: Applications (18 credit hours)

Semester III:

Semester IV:

*Required Capstone (3 hours)—these courses involve integration of new media tools and storytelling, culminating in a professional project that is conveyed to public audiences and widely distributed.


In semesters 2, 3, and 4, you will also take electives. They may be selected from any of the following courses.

Electives are courses you take alongside upper level Loyola undergrads. You will be asked to do more work than the undergrads, however.

Every semester, we offer some or all of these classes. The times change every semester.

We always offer some 300 level classes between 7–9:30 p.m., but many are offered during the day as well.

If a 300 level COMM course is not listed on this page but you would like to take it as an elective, contact the Graduate Program Director for approval.

Advertising/Public Relations

Documentary Production



*Courses listed with an X in the number are proposed and do not yet have permanent numbers.

Check out the Course Listings page for full descriptions of each course offered.

Contact us for more information or apply to Loyola and join one of the best digital media programs available.


School of Communication · 820 N. Michigan Ave
Water Tower Campus · Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.6548 · Fax: 312.915.6955
E-mail: LoyolaSOC@luc.edu

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