Project-based Information Technology (IT) courses introduce students to artworks created with a number of new media technologies. Students use a variety of tools to gather, create, edit, process and present information and ideas. They gain hands-on experience using graphic and web design, editing, and post-production software, and learn to present information through print, presentation, video, audio, animation and web-based applications.
In more advanced courses, students are given the option to concentrate in one of the four IT streams – Digital Communications, Media Arts, Programming or Computer Systems – or survey the streams by selecting a variety of available components. Projects are determined by the student’s independent path through course material in cooperation with the instructor.