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 Liberal Arts & Sciences

College of
Liberal Arts & Sciences

Online Communication Design Management Specialization

Online Communication Design Management Specialization

With an increasingly competitive business environment, marketing professionals need a way to set themselves apart. Graduates with a communications degree, accompanied with an online communication design management (CDM) specialization, can learn the knowledge and skills to communicate across multiple media channels, and can be prepared to oversee the development of communications for a broad range of marketing media.

Or, in lieu of choosing an online specialization, you may customize your studies within your Communications degree program by selecting the Communications Program with a Communication Design Management Completion Option.

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Program Coursework

The Communication Design Management (CDM) degree specialization is complemented by a multidisciplinary course of study in applied technologies, business, communication skills, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences, and the social sciences.

DeVry's specialization in Communication Design Management provides students with an understanding of these different media development processes, as well as the ability to think strategically, critically and creatively in varying organizational contexts. These online courses can prepare students for real world experiences while maintaining the convenience and flexibility that is offered from an online degree program.

  • Verbal and Visual Rhetoric
  • Perspectives on Technology
  • Graphic Design and Delivery
  • Information Content and Management
  • Organizational Communication
  • Communicating in a Multimedia Environment
  • Interactive Design in a Multimedia Environment

To learn more about required and elective Communication Design Management specialization courses as well as those for the Communications degree program, request information or see the undergraduate academic catalog.