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Courses

Through a collaboration with five ASU schools and colleges, the Herberger Institute and the School of Arts, Media and Engineering have created curriculum that will not only prepare students with tangible skills in New Media, but also with skills to be thought leaders in this digital world over the next 40 years.

  FALL:
Digital Culture Studies
FALL:
Digital Media
SPRING:
Digital Culture Studies
SPRING:
Digital Media
FALL and/or SPRING:
Related Digital Culture
           
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* Media Engineering Category

Departments/Schools offering Digital Culture Courses

  • Arts, Media + Engineering (AME)
  • Architecture (ANP)
  • Design (DSC)
  • Art Education (ARE)
  • Art (ART)
  • Anthropology (ASB)
  • Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
  • Dance (DCE)
  • Teacher's College (EDT, RDG)
  • Electrical Engineering (EEE)
  • College of Technology Innovation (EGR)
  • English
  • Theatre and Film (FMP,THP)
  • Journalism and Mass Communication (MCO)
  • Music (MUE)
  • Psychology (PSY)
  • Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance (IAP)
  • Operations Management Technology (OMT)

*For more information email: digitalculture@asu.edu or call Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts Student Success Office: 480.965.4495

AME 194 Intro to Digital Culture

Introduction to Digital Culture examines the effects of digital technology on the way we live, communicate, learn, and create. It proposes that we are moving towards a hybrid (physical-digital) existence and culture. It traces that evolution, looks at current examples of hybrid cultural processes and outcomes and discusses possible future trends. It discusses how these changes are influencing the work and career possibilities of people involved in all aspects of human culture. The syllabus comprises diverse readings, media products, class interaction, group discussion and hands on collaborative projects exploring concepts covered in class. A number of guest lectures from faculty members from HIDA, FSE, and CLAS are also included.