Digital Culture and Design
The Bachelor of Arts in Digital Culture and Design promotes "critical making."
The cross-disciplinary Digital Culture and Design major combines liberal arts-based critical thinking skills with experiential learning projects through a newly developed pedagogical approach called “critical making.” It offers intensive training in computer coding, digital curation and web-based design. In this major, you’ll learn to synthesize information across disciplinary boundaries, thinking about how concepts and issues within the humanities are transformed when they exist in a digital environment. You’ll gain digital skills that can be applied to fields such as web design, digital journalism and publishing, or museum exhibits and animation.
- Dr. Jen Boyle
Coordinator, Digital Culture and Design