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Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design Degree Program

Are you passionate about digital tech and design? Got an eye for visuals and creativity? Our Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design with a Graphics Communications focus is made for you. Dive into a career at the intersection of tech and visual communication. Explore the blend of your passion and skills for a fulfilling professional path.

The Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design program, with a focus on Graphics Communications, combines technical knowledge with artistic skills. Gain a solid foundation in digital technology and design principles, specializing in creating impactful designs for print, web, and multimedia. Master the art of visual communication in a straightforward and comprehensive curriculum.

Concentration Courses

Credit Hours: 3

Students will learn basic computer skills that can be used immediately, throughout college and beyond. Emphasis is on learning basic office applications in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation graphics.

Credit Hours: 3

This course is an introduction to Windows programming using Microsoft Visual Studio or a similar integrated development environment. Students will learn to write programs using an object-oriented programming language and incorporating sequence, selection, and repetition structures.

Prerequisite: ISBA 1503

Credit Hours: 3

This course focuses on the instruction and practice in the writing of poetry, fiction, and drama. May be repeated with a change of literary category.

Credit Hours: 2

Introduction to design literacy, color theory, typography, composition, and digital design software.

Credit Hours: 3

Course features app design concepts, prototyping app interfaces and user testing.

Credit Hours: 3

The internship features supervised work in a professional graphic design setting. May be repeated for credit.

Credit Hours: 3

User Experience Design focusing on the complete workflow of iOS app development. This course requires three or more hours per week outside of class. Restricted to B.S. in Digital Technology & Design majors.

Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in GRFX 3733 and GRFX 3783.

Credit Hours: 3

This course focuses on the creative workflow of iOS app development.

Credit Hours: 3

This course focuses on issues of how human culture impacts the individual’s behavior, attitudes and mental health.

Credit Hours: 3

An overview of the preparation of digital graphics, photographs and text for publication, and of their interrelationships. Includes application of current digital publishing software programs.

Credit Hours: 3

Comprehensive overview of the major pre-publishing workflow elements and the options or their interrelationships.

Credit Hours: 3

This Course examines electronic publishing and publication design using desktop publishing software programs.

Credit Hours: 3

Study and basic application of the relationships between the media tools of sight, sound, and motion and the theories that have evolved around them.

Admissions Requirement

10th, 11th, and 12th Grade Transcripts with a GPA of 2.3/4.0.

High School Certificate with a percentage no less than 77-79%.

Proof of English Proficiency (5.5 IELTS or 61 TOEFL).

Career Paths

As a graduate, you will be prepared for a successful career in the graphics communications, equipped for roles such as:

Graphics Designer

Role: Create visual concepts using computer software or by hand to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, and captivate consumers.
Industries: Advertising, marketing, publishing, web design, and more.

Digital Marketing Specialist

Role: Use graphics and visual content to create marketing materials for digital channels, including social media, email campaigns, and online advertising.
Skills: Marketing knowledge, graphic design skills, and digital marketing tools.

Web Designer/Developer

Role: Design and create websites, focusing on the visual aesthetics, user experience, and sometimes coding.
Skills: Proficiency in web design tools, knowledge of HTML, CSS, and sometimes JavaScript.

Print Production Manager

Role: Oversee the printing process, ensuring that visual materials like brochures, posters, and packaging are produced accurately and efficiently.
Skills: Knowledge of printing processes, project management.

Admission Process


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Our Admission Committee will inform the final decision

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