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Digital Technology and Culture
College of Arts and Sciences
- Offered as:
Digital technology and culture is an interdisciplinary degree program that combines the creative production and critical exploration of digital media. DTC emphasizes a historical, rhetorical, and cultural understanding of digital media so as to prepare students for problem solving and communicating both locally and globally.
- Strengths of the Program
- Use the latest technology for designing and distributing digital works in various mediums.
- Learn strong design principles through both the production and analysis of media objects.
- Understand the way digital media and information function and circulate in multiple cultural contexts.
- A historical perspective on technological development, from local to global perspectives, and its implications for a variety of mediums.
- Interdisciplinary courses explore the global changes brought about by digital media.
- Make meaningful digital media texts of your own—get hands-on experience putting your ideas into writing, speech, and visual form.
- Scholarships and financial aid
A variety of state, federal, and university-sponsored programs are available to help students with educational costs.
For all students at WSU
Washington State University awards millions of dollars in financial aid and scholarships to students every year based on financial need, academic merit, or a combination of the two.
To get all the financial help WSU can provide, you'll need to do these two things:
- Complete the University's general scholarship application so you can be eligible for scholarship consideration, including departmental awards.
- Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) so WSU can consider you for aid (scholarships, grants, loans, etc.) based on financial need. Get started here.
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For students in digital technology and culture
The College of Arts and Sciences awards more than $50,000 in scholarships each year. For more information, see the CAS scholarships page.
- Careers in digital technology and culture
What you can do with a degree in digital technology and culture
• Graphic design
• Social media consulting
• Web development
• Media production
• Game design
• Information architecture
• Art direction
• Internet marketing
• Project management
• Professional writing
• Editing and publishing
• Graduate school
• Technical writing
• Marketing coordination
Skills you can market with a degree in digital technology and culture
• Critical thinking
• Creative problem solving
• Project management
• Information management
• Design principles and standards
• User experience development
• Audience awareness