Students who complete the Digital Arts & Culture programs will be able to:
- Analyze digital and electronic media systems, explaining what these platforms do and how they do it.
- Engage with complex digital issues: online, offline, via ubiquitous computing hardware and software.
- Organize information, both architecturally and visually, structuring software, web sites, advertisements, social media, and more.
- Demonstrate hands-on, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary, media production with artists and designers.
Coursework is drawn from three colleges at UWM: College of the Arts & Architecture, College of Letters & Science, and College of Community Engagement & Professions, with an overarching interest in the study and practice of Arts, Information, and Media.