Our digital art and technology program areas emphasize project- and team-based learning that reflects the real-world working environment. Many instructors have professional industry experience, and students use industry-current tools, software, and equipment. Internships and professional portfolio development are also an important part of many programs.
Students both online and on-campus can take advantage of our Career Services departments. All schools have dedicated Career Services staff members who aim to help design students identify, clarify, and pursue their academic and professional goals.
Finally, our schools’ Alumni Associations offer additional opportunities for students and graduates to make important connections—professional and personal.