The Digital Arts and Sciences (DAS) Minor crosses traditional college boundaries between the arts, communications, and engineering. Students will become versed in contemporary issues in social and interactive media, critical thinking and creative design solutions. The DAS minor gives students experience working in collaborative teams on media projects including digital storytelling, animation, and game design.
Students are encouraged to take two out of the following three foundational courses:
Upon successful completion of two of these courses (3.0 GPA), the department will then approve continued enrollment in Digital Arts & Science courses and sign the paperwork to formally declare the minor. DIG 2121 and DIG 2632 have no prerequisite; students may self-enroll for one or both of these courses during their assigned registration time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for interest in DIG 3020. Non-major requests for that course is on a space-available basis.
*Students who have taken Programming 1 & 2 do not have to take DIG 3873 or DIG 3878.