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Bachelor's Programs

Bachelor's Programs

BA Animation

The BA in Animation emphasizes animation principles and animation production within a broad Liberal Arts context. The program focuses on 3D modeling and animation, hand-drawn animation, motion graphics, and stop-motion animation for game development, cinema, TV and interactive media.

BFA Animation

The BFA in Animation is for students with career goals as animation artists, character animators, game artists, CGI effects animators, and motion graphics animators. The program focuses on 3D modeling and animation, hand-drawn animation, motion graphics, and stop-motion animation for game development, cinema, TV and interactive media.

BS Computer Game Development

Prepares students to work in the multi-disciplinary field of computer gaming and interactive media. Students specialize in either game design or game programming, but all students work in cross-disciplinary teams to design and develop games.

BS Computer Science

Provides essential training in the foundations of computing, data storage and information processing. With this foundation, graduates of the program can easily adapt to and create new information technologies, new computing paradigms, and new ideas for applying computer systems.

BA Computing

Is a joint degree with the School for New Learning that prepares adults for computer-related careers.

BA Digital Cinema

Our Digital Cinema degrees teach the fundamentals of motion picture theory. The BA degree focuses on classic cinema narrative and aesthetics, as well as hands-on experience with the latest production equipment​ and techniques.

BS Digital Cinema

Our Digital Cinema degrees teach the fundamentals of motion picture theory. The technical emphasis of the BS degree prepares students for work in live-action special effects, 3-D animation, and game development.

BFA Graphic Design

Provides students with the conceptual, formal and technological skills to plan and execute the design of visual communication within many mediums, including print, web, multimedia, exhibition, film and illustration.

BS Information Assurance and Security Engineering

Prepares students to evaluate and manage an organization's computer, information and network security, as well as develop a solid information technology infrastructure.

BS Information Systems

Focuses on the organizational and business application of computers and related technologies. It prepares students for careers in in IT project management, systems analysis & design, database administration, helpdesk, enterprise systems administration, and user training.

BS Information Technology

Focuses on preparing graduates who are concerned with issues related to advocating for users and meeting their needs within an organizational and societal context through the selection, creation, application, integration and administration of computing technologies. This degree prepares you to become skilled in problem solving and programming, networks and communications systems, databases, Internet and Web technologies, security and project management, and have a strong grasp of business concepts and technical communications.

BS Interactive and Social Media

Prepares students for the expanding fields of social media and interaction design. The base program integrates technical and creative disciplines such as human-computer interaction, information technology and graphic design. Concepts and skills involve web development languages, interactive scripting, human-centered design and social computing.

BS Math and Computer Science

Is designed to prepare students to compete for the more intellectually demanding jobs in software development or for graduate study in various areas of computer science and applied mathematics such as theoretical computer science, graphics, data analysis, artificial intelligence, and computational methods.

BS Network Technologies

Focuses on the theory and practice of designing, deploying and managing both wired and wireless networks technologies, including broadband Internet access technologies, interconnection technologies, network convergence, and network security.

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