Creative Media & Digital Culture Program
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The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program
Home of the Digital Technology and Culture Degree
The Creative Media and Digital Culture Program (CMDC), home of the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Technology and Culture (DTC), integrates critical thinking, creativity, and computing skills with course work in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, MIS, and Computer Science to offer a broad-based, interdisciplinary degree that prepares students for a culturally-diverse, technologically-complex 21st century.
Students concentrate in one of two areas: Multimedia Authoring and Knowledge Management and Production.
In addition to DTC courses, students also study Anthropology, MIS, Computer Science, English, Fine Arts, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Directed studies and internships encourage students to gain real world experience and engage in projects aimed at serving the community, both of which help students with professional career networking and developing a commitment to public service.
Along the way, the DTC provides an intellectual environment comprised of special events like lectures, residency programs, performances by internationally known artists, and field trips to media arts shows and exhibits, and it offers its students state-of-the-art computer labs and studios in which to work and learn. Class sizes are kept small to assure one-on-one contact with faculty.