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 production, animation, and game design.
Students should complete a minor application form which requires approval from their home college advisor and Digital Worlds' academic advisor Phillip Herr-Klepacki. Once the student has obtained all necessary approvals, the form needs to be submitted to the Office of the University Registrar, located at 222 Criser Hall (2nd Floor). Please note: completion of the minor application form does not guarantee a seat in DAS minor courses as space in many courses is limited.
Students are encouraged to take the following foundations courses prior to enrolling in more advanced DIG coursework listed below:
DIG 2005, DIG 2121, and DIG 2632 have no prerequisite; students may self-enroll for one or both of these courses during their assigned registration time. For all other DIG courses, including DIG 2021, which is required for the DAS Minor, students must complete the Non-Major Course Request Form. Non-major requests are on a space-available basis.
DIG 2021 is required; choose 4 additional courses below; non-major course request form required