What is the Digital Literacy & Multimedia Design Minor Program?
This minor is designed to provide students with a balanced combination of practical knowledge and advanced technology skills as well as theoretical foundations in order for them to thrive in the digital world.
Through the selected courses, students design, develop and evaluate digital content using multimedia technology and relevant learning theories.
Given the prevalence of digital media, students in any major will be better prepared for their career goals with practical knowledge and skills learned from this interdisciplinary program.
What does it take to earn the minor?
The minor requires a total of 20 undergraduate credits at Stockton (see curriculum worksheet on reverse). Take at least three elective courses (two from the technical category and two from the theoretical/applied category) first, and then take the capstone course (INTC 4640 Digital Design Studio). As long as you have pre-requisites for each course, you can take technical and theoretical/applied courses in any sequence; however, at least one elective course must be at the 3000 level or higher.
Who can apply?
Any student at Richard Stockton College!!
How can I apply?
If you are interested in pursing this minor, contact the minor program coordinator, Jung Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org. (office: J233)
Check the Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design site for updated information.