The 15-credit Digital Arts and Sciences (DAS) minor crosses traditional college boundaries between the arts, communications, and engineering. Students become versed in contemporary social and interactive media, critical thinking, and creative design solutions. The DAS minor provides experience working in collaborative teams on media projects, including animation, experience design and production, and game design.
To register for any 3000–4000 level course, you must request them using the Non-Major Course Request Form. Course requests are approved based on the space available in the course, with priority given to Digital Arts and Sciences majors first, then students who have declared the minor based on their year in school, then students completing an outside concentration, and then students who are looking to take the course as an elective.
Experience Design & Production
Game Design Courses