Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design

Student working with Photoshop


The Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design program is an interdisciplinary minor for students in any major interested in the use of modern digital technology.

This minor is to provide students with a balance of practical knowledge and advanced technology skills, as well as theoretical foundations to thrive in the digital world. Through the selected courses, students design, develop and evaluate digital content using multimedia technology and relevant learning theories. A diverse selection of General Studies and program courses relevant to Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design are available each term.


Requirements

The minor requires a total of 20 undergraduate credits at Stockton University. There is a required capstone course and elective courses divided into two categories: technical and theoretical/applied. Students must complete two courses from each category (four elective courses) and one capstone course. As long as students have the prerequisites for each course, they may take technical and theoretical or applied courses in any sequence.

 

 

ELECTIVE COURSES: 4 COURSES (16 CREDITS)

Technical Courses (Two courses must be completed)

  • ARTV 1125 The Computer as an Art Tool
  • ARTV 1164 Intro to Two-dimensional Digital Design
  • ARTV 2137 Video Art: In the YouTube Age
  • ARTV 2264 Exploring Animation
  • ARTV 2265 Image and Typography
  • ARTV 2270 Graphic Design I
  • ARTV 3220 Interactive Media Design
  • ARTV 3621 Web Design
  • ARTV 3625  Photoshop
  • ARTV 3674 3D Computer Modeling
  • ARTV 3676 3D Animation
  • ARTV 3677 Designing for WordPress
  • CSCI 2101 Programming and Problem Solving I
  • CSCI 4135 Web Application Engineering
  • CSCI 4466 Computer Graphics
  • CSCI 4251 Operating Systems
  • GAH 1259 2-Dimentional Design on the Computer
  • GEN 1053 Introduction to Digital Literacy
  • GEN 2108 Web Tools
  • GEN 2176 Mobile Application Use and Programming
  • GEN 2180 Engineering Graphics and CAD
  • GEN 2243 Exploring Digital Portfolio
  • GEN 2260 Multimedia and Virtual World
  • GIS 4663 Data Visualizations and Narratives
  • GNM 2139 Interactive Game Development
  • GNM 2233 Cartography
  • GNM 2335 Networks
  • GNM 2338 Big Data 

Theoretical/Applied Courses (Two courses must be completed)

  • COMM 2400 Mediated Communication: Computers
  • COMM 4905 Digital Communication in Strategic Public Relations
  • CSIS 3472 Human-Computer Interface
  • GAH 2107 Intro to Digital Humanities
  • GAH 2180 Intro to Digital Writing
  • GAH 2339 The Rhetoric of Social Media
  • GAH 2342 Living in the Digital World
  • GAH 2403 Minds and Computers
  • GAH 2343 Visual Literacy
  • GAH 4303 Multimedia Writing
  • GEN 3164 Exploring the Future
  • GEN 3643 Cyber-Security
  • GIS 3238 Cybercitizenship
  • GIS 3668 Media and Audience Analysis
  • GIS 4618 Documentary Making Art of Fact
  • GIS 4623 Digital Culture
  • GIS 4625 Grassroots Journalism
  • GIS 4642 Computer/Ethics in Cyber Age
  • GIS 4662 Digital Storytelling
  • GNM 1031 Gender Issues in Computing
  • GNM 2248 Artificial Intelligence in Society
  • GSS 1226 Internet Culture and You
  • GSS 2643 Internet and Social Change
  • GSS 2430 Informational Intelligence
  • GSS 3102 Effects Of Media On Children
  • GSS 3146 Internet and Society
  • GSS 3148 Digital Media, Technology, and Society
  • GSS 3645 Tech & An Aging Society
  • INTC 2610 Instructional Technology for K-12 Teachers
  • INTC 4650 Advanced Technology for Educators
  • LITT/HIST 3922 Digital Humanities Internship I

REQUIRED CAPSTONE COURSE: 1 COURSE (4 CREDITS)

Prerequisite: At least three elective courses before taking a capstone course

  • ARTV 4926 Design for Community Partners
  • COMM 3918 Editing Internship
  • COMM 4901 Communication Internship
  • COMM 4902 WLFR Internship
  • COMM 4903 SSTV Internship
  • CSIS 4900 Internship
  • INTC 4940 Digital Design Studio
  • LITT/HIST 3923 Digital Humanities Internship II

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If you have any questions about the minor, then please contact the current coordinator: 

Coordinator: 

Mohamad Neilforoshan
Mohamad.Neilforoshan@stockton.edu
609-652-4968