Digital Arts and Design: Computer Graphics (BS)

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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 to 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.

Outside the classroom, there are a number of student clubs and activities to join, including the Photography Club. Scholarships and grants are also available for computer graphics majors.

Integrated technology

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

Next steps

See what classes you’ll be taking with our plan of study.

Schedule a campus visit to meet computer graphics professors and students in the department and see the campus.

You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.