In this minor, students learn how to create original work and communicate with others through the fusion of images, text, sound, and video. Students analyze and incorporate into their productions contemporary design principles and current software applications. As part of this process, students are encouraged to focus on how multimedia technologies, which offer new tools for investigating and disseminating ideas, can enhance undergraduate research and writing. These skills, now important in most academic disciplines, are also increasingly valuable not only in the specialized information technology industries, but also in business, education, and politics.
Chung, Higgins, Lont, Martin, K. Scott, L. Smith (director), Weinberger, White
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Total credits: 18-20
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|AVT 104||Two-Dimensional Design and Color (Mason Core)||4|
|COMM 157||Digital Media Workshop||1|
|or INTS 195||Field-Based Work|
|AVT 180||New Media in the Creative Arts (Mason Core)||3-4|
|or INTS 249||Digital Literacy|
|Select 9-11 credits from the following: 1||9-11|
|Introduction to New Media Arts|
|2D Experimental Animation|
|Introduction to Multimedia|
|Rhetoric and New Media|
|Digital Creative Writing|
|Topics in Creative Writing|
No more than six credits can be taken in any one college or department.