The digital arts and design computer graphics program (offered on campus) lays a solid foundation in graphic design and 3D design with a technological focus. You’ll learn how to create stunning graphics using the latest software, technologies, and equipment.
Benefits of studying computer graphics at DSU
The computer graphics program is actually a specialization of the digital arts and design degree. Students learn to design on multiple computing platforms, which allows students be versatile in the business world. And with a core group of classes that introduces and builds on other media, like audio and digital storytelling, you will be set up to excel in a wide variety of computer graphic skills.
Then, your computer graphics specialization will build on this. You’ll work with current software on projects developed to mimic real-life experiences. You’ll develop print and web-ready graphics, as well as interactive graphic pages for the web. In the end, you'll acquire the experience to work in a digital design studio or as an in-house designer—and everything in between.
Possible job titles
- Graphic designer
- Broadcast design artist
- Art director
- Content developer
See what classes you’ll be taking with our plan of study.
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