Bachelor of Arts in Interactive Media Development
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Interactive Media Development is designed to provide professional education in order to enable graduates to enter professional careers in the fields of computer science and electronic media such as the Internet, educational software development, simulation software, systems modeling, and the gaming industry. Students will develop technical competence and aesthetic judgment of the design aspect of such systems while developing technical competence of software development from a computer science perspective.
The B.A. degree in Interactive Media Development requires 21 credits in art/media design and 33 credits in Math/Computer Science.
ART 101, 111, 115, 202, 205, 305, and 313 plus additional Art course with department approval.
|Required Auxiliary Courses |
Computer Science requirements: CS 107, 118, 212, 230, 240, 250, 315, 402 and 405 (capstone course); one pair of (CS 213,330) or (CS 305, 361) or (CS 407, 415). A Computer Science Internship is required: CS 402. In addition, MT 140 is required to fulfill the liberal arts core math requirement.