The Digital Arts Communication Minor is available to students who wish to study the design of digital communication using hypertext, image, sound, and video. The minor emphasizes the design of digital communication, and especially its role in meeting the needs of different audiences, rather than computer programming or the use of particular software applications.
Students enrolled in any degree program in the Faculty of Arts may pursue a minor designation in Digital Arts Communication.
The Digital Arts Communication Minor requires successful completion of a minimum of four academic units (eight courses) with a minimum cumulative average of 65%, including:
- at least four of DAC 201/ENGL 203, DAC 202/ENGL 204, DAC 203/ENGL 304, DAC 300/ENGL 303/SPCOM 300, DAC 302, DAC 305, DAC 307, DAC 308, DAC 309, DAC 329/SPCOM 329, DAC 400/ENGL 403, DAC 403
- up to four of:
The Digital Arts Communication Minor is not available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Global Business and Digital Arts or the Digital Media Studies Specialization offered to English majors.