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.
The minor in Digital Art and Design is a 16-credit program that provides students from across the University with technical training, as well as visual communication and digital fabrication skills, along with enhanced creative thinking and critical problem-solving abilities.
To request declaration of a minor, Steinhardt students should discuss requirements with the minor department’s advising team and complete the Minor Application in Albert. To request declaration of a cross-school minor, Steinhardt students should complete the online Minor Application available in their Albert Student Center. Students may also use the Minor Application in Albert to request cancellation of a Steinhardt or cross-school minor. For questions related to the declaration or cancellation of a minor, students can contact the Steinhardt Advisement and Registration Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.