The Bachelor of Science in Digital Information Design degree program combines existing coursework from four departments in three different colleges along with new courses to produce graduates capable of applying related concepts from graphic design, marketing, mass communication and computing. Students interested in the fields of interactivity, programming, ecommerce, and writing for the web may pursue a Bachelor of Science in Digital Information Design. A student in this major will gain traditional area-specific knowledge for training in careers within the domains of digital communication and electronic commerce. There are four options students may choose from in the Bachelor of Science in Digital Information Design:
in Digital Information Design consists of 19 semester hours:
Students with majors that require
VCOM261 and/or VCOM262 may also count these courses toward the minor (unless
the student is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree).
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