Project Description

Bachelor of Science in Digital Media and Design

Students can enroll in the Online Bachelor of Science in Digital Media & Design at the SEU Ohio Network Campus.
This will also allow them to take some of their general education and religion core classes in a live environment as we as utilize our digital tools in their online classes.
The Bachelor of Science in Digital Media and Design (BSDMD) is an online communication program, which caters to working adults—regardless of age—who are seeking career advancement.
The program introduces and assesses students in their knowledge of digital media and design, digital media and editorial production, digital design and art, and digital marketing. The BSDMD provides students with the critical communication and digital design skills necessary for advancement in the marketplace or acceptance to graduate schools that focus on communication or design. 

Program Details

15 hours of intellectual and practical skills
19 hours of engaging human culture and the natural world
13 hours of spiritual formation
9 hours of Christian responsibility
19 hours of digital media core
15 hours of digital design core
3 hours of digital media and design electives
27 hours of general electives

Total credit hours — 120

Sample Core Courses

Survey of Digital Media and Design (COMM/DCOM 1533) — This course surveys the field of digital media and design in order to prepare students for academic and professional paths in digital media and design. Topics include the history and contemporary applications of digital media and design as well as practical, introductory examples of digital media and design.

Photography (COMM/DCOM 2023) — This is an introductory course to photography. Students learn how to properly compose, light, and focus on various subjects. Topics include digital photography techniques, photo-journalism, photography ethics, as well as portrait, landscape, and event photography.

Magazine Design and Production (COMM/DCOM 3003) — This course deals with the process of magazine planning, editing, designing, and distributing.

Web Page Design (COMM/DCOM 3823) — This course is designed to prepare the student for the design of pages and sites on the World Wide Web. Included will be techniques for designing effective, aesthetically pleasing, and user-friendly interfaces by applying proper color coordination and easy to understand navigational techniques.