Digital Arts Communication (DAC) is offered as a Minor for Arts students.
Digital Arts Communication students learn how to design with digital images, hypertext, sound, and video. And most important, they learn to design, develop, and test media for a wide variety of businesses and professions, ranging from the high-tech sector, to corporate communications, to the creative industries.
So why take Digital Arts Communication? Because digital technologies are rapidly changing how we communicate - both in our personal and professional lives. Using digital technologies, professionals in almost every field need to reach more people, using richer media, in more interactive ways. The Digital Arts Communication minor provides students with the knowledge and skills required to design communication for an increasingly digital world.