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Graphic Design and Computer Science

jonoamjonoam Registered User Posts: 214 Junior Member
edited January 2009 in Visual Arts and Film Majors
I am interested in pursuing a dual degree in these two areas. Does anyone know some careers that would incorporate both of these majors? Thank you!
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Replies to: Graphic Design and Computer Science

  • RainingAgainRainingAgain Registered User Posts: 699 Member
    Interactive Design
    Web site development and management
  • taxguytaxguy Registered User Posts: 6,625 Senior Member
    Consider Digital Design. It is a combination of graphic design, web design and computer science. In fact, you usually have to take some programming courses too.

    Check out University of Cincinnati's Digital Design program. It is one of the best in the country. I know that University of Kansas has a grad program in Interactive Design.
  • digmediadigmedia Registered User Posts: 3,307 Senior Member
    I have always said that there are two classes of people who use computers: those who USE the tools available (e.g., graphic arts programs), and those who CREATE the tools themselves. You'll have both worlds.
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