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Program Requirements

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE DIGITAL MEDIA

In keeping with UAT’s Three-Tiered Curricular Approach, courses are broken up into Conceptual/Foundational courses, Skills Development courses and Synthesis courses.

CHECK OUT THIS QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE COURSES THAT LEAD TO A B.A. IN DIGITAL MEDIA.
YOU CAN COMPLETE YOUR DEGREE IN LESS THAN THREE YEARS.

For more information and details on individual courses, please refer to the current University Course Catalog.

Program Length in Weeks

120

 

Minimum General Education Credits

36

 

Minimum Bachelor’s Core plus Degree-Specific/Elective Credits

84

 

Minimum Total Semester Credits

120

 
 

Within 120 minimum credit hours, the following requirements also apply:

  • Minimum Major Credits: 36
  • Minimum Total 300/400 Level Credits: 40
   

Conceptual/Foundational Courses

Complete 12 credits minimum, including ART111, MTM101, MTM105

Skills Development Courses

Complete 12 Credits minimum, including MTM215, ART255

Synthesis Courses

Complete 12 Credits minimum, including MTM372

CORE COURSES: BACHELOR'S DEGREE

General Education Requirements: BACHELOR'S DEGREE

Minimum 36 total general education credit hours, including:

  • Humanities:
    - Minimum 15 credit hours, including:
  • Social Sciences:
    - Minimum 9 credit hours including:
  • Mathematics:
    - Minimum 3 credit hours for Bachelor of Arts
    - Minimum 6 credit hours with 3 credit hours at 200-level or higher for Bachelor of Science
  • Natural and Life Sciences:
    - Minimum 3 credit hours for Bachelor of Arts
    - Minimum 6 credit hours for Bachelor of Science.
  • Advanced exposure requirement:
    Minimum of 12 credit hours at a 300/400 level.
    - These credits require another general education course as a prerequisite, and represent a topical extension of prior general education studies