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B.S. Digital Media, Digital Arts concentration

Department of Art and Digital Media

The B.S. in Digital Media is designed to allow students the opportunity to explore, in depth, the new exciting field of Digital Media under the guidance of recognized working artists, designers, and educators. It combines courses in digital media with a balanced curriculum of art studio, art history and liberal arts.

To focus their studies, students select one of three major concentrations:

  • Graphic Design
  • Animation
  • Digital Arts

However, the degree is flexible and can be tailored to students' interests. For example, students can choose to enhance their studies with courses in Communication, Information Technology, or professional internships. No matter the focus, the Digital Media student will gain broad-based training in a wide range of new media using powerful software and equipment, as well as an understanding of Digital Media concepts, history and heritage in the traditional media.

Requirements for a B.S. in Digital Media, Digital Arts concentration

Note: Only for students enrolled in Fall 2016 or later. Earlier students should follow link below.

ART 101 Fundamentals of Art and Design 3

ART 110 Basic Drawing 3

ART 201 3D Design 3

ART 231 Introduction to Digital Media 3

ART 160 History of Western Art I 3

ART 180 History of Western Art II 3

One additional Art History 200 level or above 3

ART 477 Capping 3

ART 478 Senior Thesis: Portfolio 3

27 cr.

Foundation courses

ART 211 Digital Layout and Design 3

ART 235 Digital Animation I 3

ART 320 Digital Photography I 3

ART 323 Design for the Web 3

12 cr.

Digital Arts concentration (choose 5 courses) 

ART 321 Digital Painting 3

ART 322 Multimedia Authoring 3

ART 325 Visual Book 3

ART 326 Digital Illustration 3

ART 425 Digital Photography II 3

ART 435 Digital Animation II 3

15 cr.

Related Field/Internship (choose 15 credits of courses in Related Fields and/or Professional Internship)

15 cr.

Total Major Requirements

69 credits