Digital Media

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B.A. or B.F.A. in Studio Art with Concentration in Digital Media

The Digital Media curriculum is a fine arts-oriented program based on the latest development of digital visual technologies.

Develop a Personal Portfolio

Courses are taught with a content-driven approach that helps students on personal portfolio development. In the Digital Media curriculum, students use advanced digital visual tools to create artwork, and improve critical thinking related (but not limited) to digital visual culture.

What You Will Learn

The Curriculum includes instruction in 2D animation, 2D video editing and video production, 3D modeling, 3D animation, 3D rapid prototype printing, virtual reality environments, and interactive art. Students gain essential technical skills, engage in conceptual development, and develop a historical knowledge-base required for the 21st century media art arena.

Program Details

The following Rhode Maps list required courses and sample plans of study:

B.A. in Studio Art with Concentration in Digital Media Rhode Map

B. F. A. in Studio Art with Concentration in Digital Media Rhode Map

Other Concentrations and Program Options

If you don't have an interest in digital media, the Studio Art B.A. and B.F.A. programs offer many other areas of concentration:

Or, if you are already part of a different degree program, you may opt to minor in studio art:

Information on the Minor in Studio Art