Oct 15, 2018  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Digital Media Minor


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College of Business and Technology


Department of Engineering Technology, Surveying, and Digital Media


Digital Media Program Information


Main Office
213 Wilson Wallis Hall
ETSU Box 70552
Johnson City, TN 37614
(423) 439-7822 [Voice]
(423) 439-7830 [Fax - Admin.]
(423) 439-7750 [Fax - Faculty]

Digital Media Center
185-VI Niswonger DMC
ETSU Box 70701
Johnson City, TN 37614
(423) 979-3170 [Voice]
(423) 979-3160 [Fax]

etsudigitalmedia.com/

The Digital Media Program seeks to bridge the arts and sciences by providing students with technical knowledge, an understanding of aesthetics, and practical experience in digital media, with a core emphasis on learning how to develop and express ideas, solve problems, and create digital media content. This program leads students through problem, project, and process-based learning experiences that teach them how to define, design, and develop digital media content, computer graphics, and interactive media. The program endeavors to bring together students, faculty, and industry professionals to realize interdisciplinary initiatives and prepare students for the professional challenges of the 21st century in careers in 3- D visualization, animation final portfolio in the senior year must be submitted in order to graduate.

A committee of Digital Media faculty will evaluate each student’s work and progress at the review and evaluate the final portfolio. No grade below a C in Digital Media required core and DIGM courses may be applied to the B.S. degree.

Digital Media Fee— A Digital Media Enhancement Fee of $100 per semester hour will be applied to all DIGM courses for all students., interactive design, web media, product design,and digital video.

Digital Media Minor Program Information


A minor in Digital Media is available to students from all majors who wish to acquire technical knowledge and skills in Digital Media. Requirements for the minor are 24 credit hours of study in Digital Media. Students must meet the prerequisites listed in the catalog for a particular course they wish to take or obtain permission from the instructor.

Students are encouraged to choose guided electives that provide an emphasis in a particular area of specialization in Digital Media.

Digital Media Minor: 24 Credit Hours


A minor is a secondary area of study outside of the major program of study with a structured curriculum composed of at least 18 semester credit hours.

 

Choose one of the following:


Guided Electives: 8 Credit Hours


Eight hours in guided elective courses must be chosen in consultation with the DIGM academic advisor. No more than 8 hours of credit can be applied to both the student’s major degree and the minor. (Some majors require or allow students to take Digital Media courses to meet requirements within their major program.)

Only courses for which a grade of C or higher is earned will be accepted as part of the minor program.

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