Media Design

Bachelor of Science

Suggested Program Sequence

Multimedia Concentration
Photography Concentration
Digital Publishing Concentration

Multimedia Concentration

Freshman

Semester 1 Semester 2
ART 210 Basic Design
Prereq: None

DSN 121 Available Online Digital Publishing
Prereq: None

BCS 210 Computer Science
Prereq: None

ENG 122 Available Online English Composition II
Prereq: ENG 121. Please note the minimum passing grade of ENG 122 is a "C".

DSN 112 Digital Drawing
Prereq: None

HIS 230 Available Online History of Art and Design
Prereq: None

ENG 121 Available Online English Composition I
Prereq: Successful completion of ENG 110 (with a grade of a "C") or placement through Accuplacer. Please note the minimum passing grade of ENG 121 is a "C".

MAT 205 Available Online Introductory Survey of Mathematics
Prereq: Pass math skills assessment or MAT 110 with a minimum grade of "C".

PHI 100 Available Online Introduction to Critical Thinking
Prereq: None

PSY 101 Available Online Introduction to Psychology
Prereq: None

 
DSN 094 Portfolio Archiving Orientation
Prereq: None

 

Sophomore

Semester 1 Semester 2
DSN 110 Available Online Fundamentals of Drawing
Prereq: None

DSN 220 Concept Development
Prereq: DSN 210

DSN 210 Available Online Digital Image Manipulation
Prereq: BCS 210

VMG 101 Introduction to Audio
Prereq: None

ECO 105 Available Online Fundamentals of Economics
Prereq: None

VMG 102 The Production Process
Prereq: None

TEC 215 Basic Photographic Techniques
Prereq: None

VMG 201 Fundamentals of Motion Graphics
Prereq: BCS 210 and DSN 210

SCI DSN 105 Available Online Visual Communication
Prereq: None

Junior

Semester 1 Semester 2

DSN 235 Vector Drawing
Prereq: None

COM 310 Available Online Legal Aspects of Communication
Prereq: None

DSN 320 Available Online Web Page Design
Prereq: DSN 210

DSN 318 Available Online Portfolio Production
Prereq: DSN 320

VMG 422 Non-Linear Editing – Apple MAC Computer
Prereq: VMG 102 (or TEC102), or GMD105

DSN 325 Multimedia Web Page Design
Prereq: COM 360 or WIS 370

WIS 370 Available Online User Centered Design
Prereq: BCS 205, BCS 206, BCS 210 or equivalent.

DSN 420 Advanced Web Page Design
Prereq: DSN 320

DSN 241 Color Theory
Prereq: DSN 110 or DSN 112

WIS 100 Available Online Basic to Intermediate Web Design
Prereq: BCS205, BCS206 or BCS210 or equivalent.

Senior

Semester 1 Semester 2
DSN 490 Internship
Prereq: Permission required

COM 431 Available Online Media and Society
Prereq: None

 
DSN 326 Intermediate Multimedia Web Page Design
Prereq: DSN 325

DSN 487 Senior Project
Prereq: Permission required

HUM 360 Available Online Human World Views: 3500 BCE–1650 AD
Prereq: ENG 122 or COM 245

or HUM 361 Available Online Human World Views: 1650 AD–Present
Prereq: ENG 122 or COM 245

VMG 313 Available Online Aesthetics of Film
Prereq: None

DSN 350 Interactive Publication Design
Prereq: DSN 121 and DSN 210

COM 300 Available Online Communication Theory
Prereq: COM 245 or ENG 122.

Free Elective Free Elective


Photography Concentration

Freshman

Semester 1 Semester 2
ART 210 Basic Design
Prereq: None

ENG 122 Available Online English Composition II
Prereq: ENG 121. Please note the minimum passing grade of ENG 122 is a "C".

BCS 210 Computer Science
Prereq: None

HIS 230 Available Online History of Art and Design
Prereq: None

 
DSN 112 Digital Drawing
Prereq: None

MAT 205 Available Online Introductory Survey of Mathematics
Prereq: Pass math skills assessment or MAT 110 with a minimum grade of "C".

 
ENG 121 Available Online English Composition I
Prereq: Successful completion of ENG 110 (with a grade of a "C") or placement through Accuplacer. Please note the minimum passing grade of ENG 121 is a "C".

 
PSY 101 Available Online Introduction to Psychology
Prereq: None

 
PHI 100 Available Online Introduction to Critical Thinking
Prereq: None

TEC 215 Basic Photographic Techniques
Prereq: None

DSN 094 Portfolio Archiving Orientation
Prereq: None

 

Sophomore

Semester 1 Semester 2
DSN 121 Available Online Digital Publishing
Prereq: None

DSN 105 Available Online Visual Communication
Prereq: None

DSN 210 Available Online Digital Image Manipulation
Prereq: BCS 210

DSN 220 Concept Development
Prereq: DSN 210

ECO 105 Available Online Fundamentals of Economics
Prereq: None

 
DSN 241 Color Theory
Prereq: DSN 110 or DSN 112

VMG 102 The Production Process
Prereq: None

DSN 235 Vector Drawing
Prereq: None

DSN 110 Available Online Fundamentals of Drawing
Prereq: None

TEC

Junior

Semester 1 Semester 2
BMK 305 Available Online Marketing
Prereq: None

 
SCI
COM 300 Available Online Communication Theory
Prereq: COM 245 or ENG 122.

VMG 313 Available Online Aesthetics of Film
Prereq: None

DSN 320 Available Online Web Page Design
Prereq: DSN 210

DSN 318 Available Online Portfolio Production
Prereq: DSN 320

TEC TEC
TEC TEC

Senior

Semester 1 Semester 2
DSN 490 Internship
Prereq: Permission required

COM 431 Available Online Media and Society
Prereq: None

 
COM 310 Available Online Legal Aspects of Communication
Prereq: None

DSN 487 Senior Project
Prereq: Permission required

TEC HUM 360 Available Online Human World Views: 3500 BCE–1650 AD
Prereq: ENG 122 or COM 245

or HUM 361 Available Online Human World Views: 1650 AD–Present
Prereq: ENG 122 or COM 245

 
TEC TEC
Design Elective Free Elective


Digital Publishing Concentration

Freshman

Semester 1 Semester 2
ART 210 Basic Design
Prereq: None

DSN 121 Available Online Digital Publishing
Prereq: None

BCS 210 Computer Science
Prereq: None

ENG 122 Available Online English Composition II
Prereq: ENG 121. Please note the minimum passing grade of ENG 122 is a "C".

DSN 112 Digital Drawing
Prereq: None

HIS 230 Available Online History of Art and Design
Prereq: None

 
ENG 121 Available Online English Composition I
Prereq: Successful completion of ENG 110 (with a grade of a "C") or placement through Accuplacer. Please note the minimum passing grade of ENG 121 is a "C".

 
MAT 205 Available Online Introductory Survey of Mathematics
Prereq: Pass math skills assessment or MAT 110 with a minimum grade of "C".

 
PHI 100 Available Online Introduction to Critical Thinking
Prereq: None

PSY 101 Available Online Introduction to Psychology
Prereq: None

 

Sophomore

Semester 1 Semester 2
DSN 110 Available Online Fundamentals of Drawing
Prereq: None

DSN 105 Available Online Visual Communication
Prereq: None

DSN 210 Available Online Digital Image Manipulation
Prereq: BCS 210

DSN 220 Concept Development
Prereq: DSN 210

ECO 105 Available Online Fundamentals of Economics
Prereq: None

DSN 235 Vector Drawing
Prereq: None

SCI DSN 241 Color Theory
Prereq: DSN 110 or DSN 112

DSN 335 Advanced Vector Drawing
Prereq: DSN 235

VMG 313 Available Online Aesthetics of Film
Prereq: None

Junior

Semester 1 Semester 2
BMK 305 Available Online Marketing
Prereq: None

 
DSN 308 Illustration
Prereq: DSN 110/DSN 112, DSN 210 and DSN 230/235

DSN 315 Typography
Prereq: DSN 210 and DSN 230/235

DSN 318 Available Online Portfolio Production
Prereq: DSN 320

DSN 320 Available Online Web Page Design
Prereq: DSN 210

DSN 402 Graphic Design of Brochures and Catalogs
Prereq: DSN 121

DSN 401 Publication Design
Prereq: DSN 120 or DSN 121

DSN 410 Advanced Digital Image Manipulation
Prereq: DSN 210

Design Elective Design Elective

Senior

Semester 1 Semester 2
COM 310 Available Online Legal Aspects of Communication
Prereq: None

COM 431 Available Online Media and Society
Prereq: None

 
DSN 415 Packaging and Display Design
Prereq: BMK 305

DSN 487
DSN 490 Internship
Prereq: Permission required

HUM 360 Available Online Human World Views: 3500 BCE–1650 AD
Prereq: ENG 122 or COM 245

or HUM 361 Available Online Human World Views: 1650 AD–Present
Prereq: ENG 122 or COM 245

 
DSN 350 Interactive Publication Design
Prereq: DSN 121 and DSN 210

Desing Elective
COM 300 Available Online Communication Theory
Prereq: COM 245 or ENG 122.

Free Elective

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.