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|DMA 402||INTRO TO VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS||4|
|DMA 405||INTRO TO INTERACTIVE MEDIA DESIGN||4|
|CMNS 570||INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL CMN||4|
|DMA 527||CREATIVE PROCESS AND STRATEGY||4|
|DMA 525||FOUNDATION OF DIGITAL MEDIA||4|
|MCS 575||DIGITAL MEDIA ETHICS||4|
|DMA 535||STORYTELLING ACROSS MEDIA||4|
|DMA 695||THESIS I||4|
|DMA 698||THESIS II||4|
|Select two (2) of the following workshop classes:||8|
|STILL IMAGE WORKSHOP|
|MOVING IMAGE WORKSHOP|
|WEB/MEDIA DELIVERY WORKSHOP|
|PLAY AND EXPERIENCE DESIGN|
|INTERFACE AND EXPERIENCE DESIGN|
|FUNDAMENTALS OF CINEMA PRODUCTION (FORMERLY DC 414)|
|DESIGN AND HUMAN EXPERIENCE|
Major Elective Courses
Students are required to take four (4) Major Elective Courses according to the following criteria:
- Students should choose two (2) graduate level elective courses from a College of Communication program.
- Students should choose two (2) additional graduate level elective courses from a College of Communication program or another College of Computing and Digital Media program or another college/department at DePaul University.
Students do not have to follow a particular sequence for their elective course requirements. However, students may focus their electives in an Enriched Allied Field Area of Art, Media and Design or New Media Studies. Some classes in the Enriched Allied Field Areas of Art, Media and Design and New Media Studies have been pre-approved for students and do not require the permission of an advisor. Other classes may require an advisor's permission. Pre-approved Enriched Allied Field courses are listed below.
Allied Field Area - New Media Studies
|NEW MEDIA, OLD MEDIA|
|TEXT AND IMAGE|
|SPECIAL TOPICS IN NEW MEDIA STUDIES|
|WEB DESIGN I|
|WEB DESIGN II|
Allied Field Area - Art, Media and Design
|ADVANCED ART STUDIO|
|WEB ART AND DESIGN|
|PHOTOGRAPHY AND MEDIA ART|
|ADVANCED TOPICS IN ART, MEDIA AND DESIGN|
Master's Thesis Project
Students must complete a Master's Thesis Project as part of the degree requirements. Students have two options for how to complete the Master's Thesis Project.
- Individual - The student will create an original project and a 20-30 page accompanying written research documentation and report/analysis.
- Collaborative - Students work in teams of 2-4 students to complete an original project and a 40-60 page accompanying written research documentation and report/analysis.
Students must have completed the necessary prerequisite classes and at least 8 courses (32 credit hours) in the DCMA program toward their 52 required credit hours (credits earned from Introductory Courses do not count toward the required total credits). Students should schedule a meeting with a faculty member to discuss the requirements.