College of Arts and Sciences
Digital Design

Learning Outcomes

  • Digital Design students should be able to:

    • Apply their understanding of the theory and history of digital art and design to the analysis and evaluation of artistic creations and commercial design productions in a variety of cultural contexts and settings.
    • Demonstrate proficiency in up-to-date computer skills such as Adobe Creative Suite: digital imaging, digital illustration, layout, web design, and interactive design to produce artistic/design work.
    • Articulate their personal vision through creative art and design and explain that vision effectively to multiple audiences, in various situations, and through diverse channels of communication.
    • Perform and communicate effectively as professional artists/designers in both individual and collaborative settings to propose, manage, and complete design projects.
    • Prepare an effective professional portfolio suitable for career applications in the design industries or for admittance into highly competitive graduate programs in the arts.