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Minor, Digital Art and Design

Digital Art and Design Minor

Blending technological skill with theoretical and historical perspectives on the fields, this undergraduate minor provides students with a secondary interest in digital art and design the knowledge and skills to conceive and create digitally based art and design work.

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Degree Details

Official Degree Title

Minor, Digital Art and Design

Format
Full-time or Part-time
Credits
16

The undergraduate Digital Art and Design minor requires 16 points taken in the Department of Art and Art Professions. The required courses Design I, and Design II may be taken in any order or concurrently. You will study with digital artists and designers who are actively engaged in fields including interactive design, graphic design, and art direction.

As a complement to studio art practice, minors are encouraged to attend exhibitions and visiting lectures held weekly in the department. Students should check with their major adviser before declaring a minor. 

Design I for Non-Majors Typography 
ART-UE 401 (4 points)

Design II for Non-Majors Layout, Composition, and Color
ART-UE 402 (4 points)

Design Studio for Non-Majors 
Topics vary each semester, including Animation Motion Graphics, Book Arts, Branding, and Site-Specific Design. 
ART-UE 1421 (4 points)

Digital Art I for Non-Majors
ART-UE 303 (4 points) 

Design Studio for Non-Majors 
Topics vary each semester, including Animation Motion Graphics, Book Arts, Branding, and Site-Specific Design. 
ART-UE 1421 (4 points)

It is important that you check with your major advisor to determine how this minor fits into your undergraduate curriculum before declaring.

For further information on the Digital Art and Design minor please contact: Mary Ann Santos at mas9@nyu.edu