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The minor in digital media at Metropolitan State University Denver (MSU Denver) is a collaborative program of the Department of Art, Department of Communication Arts and Sciences and Department of Journalism and Media Production.

This minor is ideal for students who want to increase their employment opportunities in the field of digital media communication.

Program Options

A minor in digital media requires 24 credit hours, and students choose one of the following concentrations:

Still Media—photography, photojournalism and computer imaging

Motion Media—TV and corporate video production

Interactive Media—computer graphics, interactive applications and Web-based media production

Content Design—messaging for visual and written perspectives

Other graduation requirements apply.

Sample Classes

Studio Foundations: 4D

Introduction to Media Production

Photojournalism I and II

Social Documentary

Motion Graphics for Video

Directing and Lighting for Video

Performance for Broadcast

Television Production

User Interface Design I

Creating Web Interfaces

Writing for Broadcast Journalism

Writing for Interactive Multimedia

Program Accreditation

The digital media minor at MSU Denver is part of the university’s overall accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

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Office Location:

Arts Building, Suite 187

Auraria Campus



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The Department of Art at MSU Denver is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design.