Design and Digital Technologies

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

School of Visual Arts & Digital Technologies Programs


Dedicated to professional training within a liberal arts environment, the School of Visual Arts & Digital Technologies prepares students for careers in many of today’s fastest growing visual, print, and digital design industries. The School's individual degree programs offer unique programs of study and opportunity to engage in a multitude of mediums such as: 2D and 3D Art, movies, television, digital design, video games, art therapy and other visual art forms. Today's creatives must be aware of market trends in order to remain on the cutting edge of innovation while being able to apply aesthetic solutions to enhance the value of a product or service.

From concept to completion, our students engage in making high-quality content every day. It is a creative act, to be sure, but it also requires technical skill, collaboration, organization, communication, critical analysis, and a healthy dose of problem solving. These skills, alongside and in concert with specific disciplinary expertise, allow students to develop the professional content that we all want, need, and expect today and for years to come.


Undergraduate
B.F.A. in Art
B.F.A. in Broadcasting
B.S. in Communications
B.F.A. in Digital Art & Design
B.F.A. in Digital Game Design & Development
B.F.A. in Film
B.F.A. in Journalism
Graduate
M.A. in Clinical Art Therapy and Counseling

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CONTACT

College of Arts, Communications & Design
Dr. Jennifer Holmes, Dean
Kahn 100, Kahn Hall
Post-CACD@LIU.edu