Digital Communication (DC) is an interdisciplinary program in the School of Communication and Media Arts supported by courses offered through SCMA and the departments of Computer Science and Information Technology and Graphic Design and Visual Arts. Courses in the history, theory,and production of new media are complemented by internships both within the University and at companies related to the new media/communication industries, including Internet/Web content providers, traditional media companies (TV/film/radio), advertising agencies and public relations firms.
The DC program is directed towards students who wish to become leaders in creating the communication environment of the future and to those interested in the broader implications of communication technology, understanding the theory as well as the practice.
The major in Digital Communication consists of 42 credit hours, including 12 required courses and 6 elective credits. In addition, CS 100 must be taken as part of the elective core. For DC majors CM 101 is a prerequisite for all other courses in the major.