Learning Outcomes

Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Goal #1 Students will develop skills in coding, allowing them to adapt to new languages and techniques during their career.

  • Students will learn the syntax and techniques of coding, including an understanding of logic statements, functions, and objects.
  • Students will be able to use code in order to create a professional, fully realized and unique project

Goal #2 Students will learn techniques for designing and creating web and mobile sites and/or video games for a variety of commercial, journalistic, and artistic purposes.

  • Students will become familiar with graphic design theory and be able to apply this theory to real world projects.
  • Students will implement techniques of information design to interactive media projects, with consideration of a particular purpose and audience. The design decisions should be informed by these factors.
  • Students will develop skills to design and produce professional-level web sites or video games.

Goal #3 Students will be able to apply concepts of data science to real world problems.

  • Students will write about the relevance of data analysis to the real world and demonstrate how the data can influence real world decision–making.
  • Students will utilize tools to analyze and present data in a professional manner.

Goal #4 Students will be able to write and speak about issues related to digital cultures and digital technologies.

  • Students will demonstrate competency in reading and analyzing research literature relevant to the field.
  • Students will apply the methodologies of critical analysis, content analysis, or ethnography to write an academic analysis of an issue related to digital cultures.

Goal #5 Students will apply innovative thinking and creativity to new inventions and art.

  • Students will create a unique example of interaction art or a computational object that demonstrates creativity and technical understanding.
  • Students will write about digital invention and/or digital art from a historical and/or theoretical viewpoint.

Digital Cultures and Technologies

For More Information

Jeremy Sarachan
Program Director
(585) 385-7277

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