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Welcome to Digital Media Studies!

Beginning in Fall 2012!Dawn Skinner - current Digital Media student / Photography Editor of the JTACLewis Straughter - 2013 Digital Media BFA Graduate
Beginning in Fall 2012!
Dawn Skinner - current Digital Media student / Photography Editor of the JTAC
Lewis Straughter - 2013 Digital Media BFA Graduate

About Us

Welcome to the home of Digital Media Studies 

The mission of Digital Media Studies is to provide a learning environment that promotes critical thinking, creativity, and technological expertise in the study of new and emerging digital communication technologies. Digital Media Studies features a prominent interdisciplinary focus across the College of Business Administration, the College of Liberal and Fine Arts and the College of Science and Technology. 

About the Major

The Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media Studies at Tarleton is unique for it's interdisciplinary focus.  The curriculum is designed with courses in  Art, Communication, Computer Science, CIS, and English, among others,  to offer a broad set of skills that prepare students for a technology driven 21st century job market.  If you are interested in working with the latest of today's technology, while learning and developing it's potential as a tool for communication, then DMS is the major for you.  

Possible Careers

The DMS degree addresses a growing regional and national need for graduates who understand how to design and utilize digital media technologies to suite the needs of contemporary audiences and employers.  DMS students will acquire skills in web development, multimedia/interactive design, digital graphics, e-marketing, application design and electronic business and marketing. 


Chris Ireland, Assistant Professor of Art/Digital Media

Richard Reese, Assistant Professor of Computer Science