Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2011-2012
The Bachelor of Arts in New Media Arts
The Bachelor of Arts in New Media Arts provides students with an opportunity to develop the technical and artistic skills needed to serve as practitioners in the fields of multimedia development and design, web design, and video production. As a degree that straddles two worlds--the fine and the applied arts--the degree program encourages both creativity and practical application. Students will have an opportunity to develop a strong foundation in the traditional fine arts and learn to translate these skills to new media contexts. They will also learn to approach the technical aspects of new media applications from the sensibilities of an artist as well as a technician.
With its balance between the artistic and technical aspects of new media production, the new media arts degree program should prepare students to meet a growing marketplace need for multimedia artists and to rise to the top of the pack of individuals competing for these positions. While providing an undergraduate degree option for students interested in entering careers in the fine and applied arts, it would also provide appropriate preparation for graduate study.
Kami Anderson, Assistant Professor
Carol Barnum, Professor
Terry Carter, Associate Professor
Jeff Greene, Assistant Professor
Kim Haimes-Korn, Professor
Keith B. Hopper, Professor
John Lindsay, Instructor
Monique Logan, Instructor
Matthew McCool, Assistant Professor
Mark Nunes, Professor and Department Chair
Betty Oliver, Professor
Iraj Omidvar, Assistant Professor
Jeffrey Orr, Instructor
Laura Palmer, Assistant Professor
Ann Parker, Lecturer
Nancy L. Reichert, Associate Professor
Cheryl Shinall, Instructor
Herbert J. Smith, Professor
Charlotte Stephenson, Instructor
Mark K. Stevens, Associate Professor
Jim Werner, Assistant Professor
Kelsey Harr-Lagin, Instructor
Misty York, Lecturer
Cassandra Race, Instructor
The Bachelor of Arts in New Media Arts is designed to prepare students for a variety of multimedia artist careers.
Possible positions include:
Multimedia Development and Design
The program also can serve as preparation for students who plan to attend graduate school.
Students pursuing the degree must complete:
The Core Curriculum, Areas A-E
Required core courses in the major, Area F
Basic required courses in the major
Additional required courses in the major
Students must make a grade of at least a C in ALL major courses.
Included below are the complete requirements for the programs.