Students majoring in New Media develop:

 

A. Critical Skills

     Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are able to:

 

  1. Use written, oral, and visual communication to analyze and critique digital media.
  2. Articulate how media art acts as an agent of social change.
  3. Explain the history of media technologies.
  4. Situate media art in its historical, political, and social context.
  5. Evaluate the ethical and legal considerations surrounding the production and distribution of digital media.

 

 B. Production Skills

     Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are able to:

 

  1. Work creatively and collaboratively in a variety of digital media environments.
  2. Develop self-directed projects that synthesize creative, technical, and critical approaches.
  3. Propose and consider alternative uses of technologies.