Digital Media Design, Minor
In Philadelphia (USA)
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The DMD minor is a programming-intensive exploration into interactive computer graphics. The interested student is encouraged but not required to take courses in Fine Arts (in the SEAS SSH category, for example) to gain the artistic knowledge and skills that would augment the DMD technology emphasis. Suggested relevant Fine Arts courses include Digita Design Foundations and 3D Modeling. The DMD minor also encourages exploration of the connections of computer graphics programming with human cognition and interactive experiences. A capstone EAS499 Integrative Project is required to link the DMD minor with the student’s major.
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What you'll learn on the course
Introduction to Cognitive Science
Introduction to Computer Programming 1
Programming Languages and Techniques I
Programming Languages and Techniques II
Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
Interactive Computer Graphics
Senior Capstone Project
CIS 110 Introduction to Computer Programming must be taken prior to CIS 120 Programming Languages and Techniques I.
CIS 350 Software Design/Engineering, CIS 461 Advanced Rendering, CIS 462 Computer Animation recommended. Program approval is required for exceptions.