Chair: Dr. Liz Obert, lobert, x2230, Miller Fine Arts Center, 105
Transfer Advisor: Dr. Liz Obert, lobert, x2230, Miller Fine Arts Center, 105
First-Year student contact: Dr. Liz Obert, lobert, x2230, Miller Fine Arts Center, 105
The major utilizes Linfield’s traditional curriculum in the liberal arts to allow students to pursue inquiries in electronic arts. It allows students to investigate aspects of web design, computer graphics, or any combination of arts and technology. By combining the resources of the Art and Visual Culture, Mass Communication, Computer Science, and Music Departments, Electronic Arts creates a curriculum that uses aspects of each discipline as it relates to arts and technology. Students interested in the Electronic Arts major should declare as soon as possible.
GUIDELINES FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS:
NOTE: It is advisable to take COMP 160 no later than the fall semester of sophomore year. It may be taken by freshmen; however this is a challenging course.
MAJOR/MINOR SPECIFIC ADVISING INFORMATION:
The electronic arts major is available as a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree, as defined in the section on degree requirements for all majors in this course catalog. For a major: 55 credits distributed as follows. Common Core: 33 credits including AAVC 100, 120, 242; COMP 121, 160, 260, MSCM 150, 337; EART 485. 8 credits of Art and Visual Culture electives from among: AAVC 110, 217, 218, 240, 243, 244, 281, 310, 316, 319, 342, 480, 487. 6 credits of Computer Science electives from among: COMP 131, 161, 262, 305, 375, 405, 480. 8 credits of Mass Communication electives from among: MSCM 230, 327, 335, 340, 343, 349, 480; 321 and 360 may also be used with coordinator approval, depending on topic. With Electronic Arts coordinator’s approval, MUSC 225 and up to 6 other credits in the music department.