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2018-2019 College Catalog 
2018-2019 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Digital Media AAS

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Program Description

Digital Media is an interdisciplinary area of study combining computer science, art, video, music, journalism/mass communication, and design. Through the Center for Creativity, digital media specialists prepare for careers in graphic design, advertising, print media, digital photography, animation, digital character development, virtual cinematography, digital video, special effects, print and online reporting, television broadcast production, interactive media, web site development, online instructional technologies and business related to digital arts and entertainment.

For More Information Contact:
School of Visual & Performing Arts
Southeast Campus: (918) 595-7752

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:

  • Identify key movements within the history of graphic design.
  • Interpret a creative brief.
  • Apply the principles and elements of design to various projects.
  • Employ tools of the trade, software, and hardware to complete projects.
  • Analyze problems using a creative process.
  • Critique solutions to a variety of design problems.
  • Create a portfolio.
  • Operate collaboratively and ethically within a professional environment.


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Student Organizations

Students are encouraged to consider membership in the Art Directors Club of Tulsa.  Additional information is available at www.adctulsa.com.

Degree Requirements

View a semester-by-semester course plan of study for the Digital Media Broadcast Production Specialist Concentration  or the Graphic Design Specialist Concentration .

General Education Requirements Credit Hours: 19

Specialized Course Requirements Credit Hours: 42

Select courses from one or both of the Concentrations below for a total of 42 credit hours.

Total Credit Hours: 61

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