Projects & Programs of Study
Programs of Study
The Bachelor of Arts in Digital Culture and Design is a cross-disciplinary and multi- modal approach to the production, distribution, management, and critical analysis of digital culture as well as the application of digital solutions to research projects in the humanities disciplines. Benefiting from an array of pedagogies that take advantage of contemporary instructional technologies, students will acquire the knowledge base and skills necessary to create, market, organize, evaluate, and disseminate digital content informed by the humanities. In addition to the B.A. Program, students can also pursue a minor in New Media and Digital Culture.
Affiliated Projects and Initiatives
Ashes2Art combines art history, archaeology, graphic and web design, 3D animation and digital photography to recreate monuments, architecture and buildingscapes of the ancient and regional past. This program is open to students from across the humanities and arts who have an interested in history, geographical information systems and digital rendering.
The Athenaeum Press at Coastal Carolina University is a student-driven publishing lab housed within the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts. Each year, students from disciplines across the university collaborate to research, develop and produce a professional-level, innovative and multimedia project.