Digital Media Technology majors complete 41 hours of required core courses and 11 hours of approved departmental electives for the major. The requirements of the major will equip graduates with the technical skills, aesthetic underpinnings, problem-solving skills, and an ability to act as a buffer between the computer and the user. The five strands of core requirements are: computer technical skills, productivity skills, time-based skills, imaging skills, and programming skills. Details of the requirements for the Digital Media Technologist major can be found in the departmental brochure available from the Academic Computing Department or the Admissions Office.

Total required credit hours: 52
Core requirements: 41 credit hours
Electives: 52 credit hours

Course Title Credit Hours

Completed? Yes or No

35-1200 Computer Technology I 3 ______
35-2201 Operating Systems 3 ______
35-2210 Network I 3 ______
35-2400 Designing for the Web 3 ______
35-2450 Elements of Multimedia 3 ______
35-2440 Time-Based Composing I 4 ______
35-2100 Advanced Productivity Applications 3 ______
35-2310 Desktop Publishing 3 ______
35-1300 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3 ______
35-2300 2D Imaging 3 ______
35-3999 Digital Media Technologist Practicum 4 (minimum) ______

Select one of the following:

35-2550 C++ Programming

35-2560 Visual Basic Programming

35-2501 Computer Programming for Interactive Multimedia

3 ______

Select one of the following:

35-1610 Technology, Art, and Society

35-3610 Computer Arts Seminar: Defining a Digital Culture Departmental

3 ______
Students select 11 credit hours from the following areas: Imaging, Productivity, Technology, Time-Based, and Programming. 11 ______