College of Business and Technology
PO Box 70309
Phone: (423) 439-5110
Web Address: ETSUDigitalMedia.com/
Niswonger Digital Media Center, Room 196
ETSU’s Digital Media Department seeks to bridge the arts and sciences by providing students with technical knowledge and an understanding of aesthetics to create digital media professionals capable of working at the highest artistic and technical levels.
The Digital Media Department offers a Bachelor of Science in Digital Media with concentrations in Digital Animation, Digital Game Design, Digital Visualization, and Digital Visual Effects. There is also a Digital Media Minor for students who wish to get a broad exposure in the four areas.
The Digital Media Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
No grade below a C (2.0) in DIGM courses may be applied to the B.S. degree.
Digital Media Fee: A Digital Media Enhancement Fee of $135 per semester hour will be applied to all DIGM courses for all students.
Digital Visualization Concentration
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This concentration gives students the background to develop conceptual, technical, and aesthetic design skills important in the creation of digital media art assets. Students in this concentration prepare concept art and design elements for careers in entertainment media, game art, electronic publishing, photographic imaging, advertising design, and 3-D modeling.
Total Requirements for Digital Media Major: 79 credits
Digital Media Core Requirements: 35 credits
Digital Visualization Concentration Requirements: 24 credits
Complete the required courses below and select either Digital Communications or Concept Development Pathway.
Digital Communications Pathway
Concept Development Pathway
Advisor Approved Electives: 20 credits
Choose 20 credits from the following:
Click here to view Degree and Graduation Requirements for all ETSU students.
CSCI 1100 or Proficiency exam: Must be completed to meet Bachelor’s Degree Requirements.
Most minors range from 18-24 credits. Those few minors with more than 24 credits may affect the number of free electives allowed.