The Digital Media Design minor provides students with expanded production and design skills in publishing, interactive web media, and 3d environments.
The Digital Media Design minor provides students with expanded production and design skills in publishing, interactive web media, and 3d environments. Students complete project-based work focusing on branding, advertising, print and electronic publishing to develop portfolio-ready professional designs. Classes are taught in a lab environment using theoretical models and industry tools to encourage exploring digital media through the process of design thinking.
DMD 1001, 2100, 3100, PHO 2100 and 3 credits from each list: DMD 3100 or DMD 4100, ADV 3200 or COM 3282 or COM 3283 or any DMD elective.
NO OVERLAP BETWEEN MAJOR/MINORS
Professor, Mass Communication
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