Rooted in theory and fostered by technology, the Art, Design, and Interactive Multimedia (ADIM) program prepares students to be conceptual, visual thinkers. The Interactive Multimedia concentration teaches students to use different forms of media and technology as creative tools for storytelling. Students take courses that focus on animation, modeling, videography, motion graphics, game design and photography. Courses are project-based and taught in a studio environment.
Many ADIM majors join the College’s chapter of American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), advancing their portfolios by contributing to pro bono design projects and participating in collaborative meetings that cultivate esteem for the creative arts.
Learning Outcomes Include:
- Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles
- Communicate effectively as professional artists/designers and connect with their audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field
- Solve multifaceted design problems through the application of design concepts and theories
- Efficiently use industry standard technology and equipment