Emerging Media and Technology (B.S.)
The Bachelor of Science degree in Emerging Media and Technology offers students the space to play, imagine and solve problems.
The degree program draws on a number of disciplines, including emerging media, design, information sciences, human-computer interaction and communication. The technology curriculum is grounded in social science and the humanities, introducing students to theories of how technology shapes and changes people and societies. Students learn technical applications and skills in problem solving, design, user experience, creative applications and programming. Students synthesize technical and organizational skills in a series of experiential, hands-on and project-based courses in which they work collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams.
In most cases, we recommend students select one of the following minors to connect emerging media and technology to the career path they want to pursue. Exceptions and other options are possible with the School Director's approval: