Digital Arts Program

What Can I Do with the Digital Arts Degree?

There are a broad range of industries that employ digital media artists and designers. New job opportunities will emerge as new technologies and their applications continue to develop. 

Employers and career paths include:

  • Graphic design firms, including publications, advertising agencies and video production companies and marketing/communication companies
  • Data visualization for industry and research applications
  • Virtual and augmented reality for training, education and entertainment industries 
  • Interactive media design for mobile application development, military applications, government research, instructional media
  • Animation for studios, special effects for motion pictures, artwork for video game companies
  • Three-Dimensional rendering for architects, industrial designers and in any field requiring illustration and visualization
  • Human/computer interactions for galleries, museums, theatre sets and public settings  

Just as the technologies of the camera revolutionized image-making and the movie camera changed the nature of story-telling,

The computer as a medium creates new ways of designing and representing human experience through its unlimited versatility as a production tool, presentation screen and intelligent collaborator. There are digital artists that practice in creative computation to create cultural and aesthetic experiences both individually and collectively.