Nov 29, 2020  
Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021

Digital Arts and Design, B.S.


A Bachelor of Science in Digital Arts and Design prepares graduates for careers as graphic designers, multi-media artists and animators, performers, set/exhibit designers, web designers, and videographers. Students acquire technical skills, training and experiences preparing them to move into the rapidly expanding sectors of New Media Arts and Design, including animation/motion graphics, digital sound production and computer graphics. The program also emphasizes the "soft skills" so desired by New Media Arts and Design, including creativity, team building, critical thinking and problem solving, and an understanding of symbolic communication.

Learning Outcomes - Digital Sound Design
Plan of Study - Digital Sound Design

Learning Outcomes - Computer Graphics
Plan of Study - Computer Graphics

Learning Outcomes - Production Animiation
Plan of Study - Production Animiation

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System-wide General Education Requirement (30 Credits)


All majors must take ART 121  as part of the System-wide General Education Requirements.  Students in the Production Animation Specialization must taek THEA 131 as part of the System-wide General Education Requirements.

Major Core Requirements (45 Credits)


Choose one of the following specializations


Computer Graphic Specialization (42 Credits)


Students in this specialization must take ART 121  as part of the System-wide General Education Requirements.

Electives* (3 Credits)


* Students are strongly encouraged to take BADM 370 Marketing.
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Digital Sound Design Specialization (38 Credits)


Students in this specialization must take ART 121  as part of the System-wide General Education Requirements.

Electives (7 Credits)


Production Animation Specialization (39 Credits)


Students in this specialization must take ART 121  and THEA 131  as part of the general education requirements.

Choose 12 credits from the following list: (12 credits)


Take 12 credits from the following list of four repeatable courses, minimum of two different courses.  Students may opt to take all four or choose a primarily 2-D or 3-D track.

Electives (6 Credits)