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College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Communications Design Management Completion Option

Qualified graduates of recognized associate degree programs may select this option, which provides a multidisciplinary course of study in applied technologies, business, communication skills, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences and the social sciences and a concentration focusing on communication design management. Graduates gain the flexibility to enter and advance in diverse roles - such as administration, communications and consulting - in public or private sector industries including manufacturing, professional services and other areas.

Note: To enroll in the Communications Program with Communication Design Management Completion Option, students must meet requirements outlined in Registration and Course Scheduling.

Program at a Glance


Degree: Bachelor of Science in Communications
College: Liberal Arts & Sciences
Semesters: 8 full time
Minimum credit hours required for graduation: 122
Accelerated option: Earn your bachelor's degree in as few as 3 years if you enroll full-time and attend class year-round.
Find out which DeVry University locations offer this degree program or explore taking classes through our online degree programs.

DeVry University offers you a great deal of flexibility. You can take your classes onsite, online, or a mix of both—whatever best fits your schedule and your life.

Note: Program availability varies by location.

Course Highlights

Course Areas

Minimum Credit Hours

General Education


Business, Management and Technology


Senior Project


General Studies


Coursework taken as part of a qualifying associate degree is
applied to this area.



Communication Design Management Concentration


Note: Special requirements apply to those who wish to be admitted to the CDM completion option.
(See Additional Admission Requirements for Applicants to the Communications Program with Communication Design Management Completion Option.)

To learn more about required and elective courses for the Business Administration bachelor's degree program, as well as to view individual course descriptions and requirements for each major/concentration, please see the undergraduate academic catalog.