If you often find yourself thinking about digital media—how it’s changed our world, what the future holds, and how the technology can be applied and improved—consider pursuing a B.A. in Digital Media, Arts, and Technology.
The B.A. in Digital Media, Arts, and Technology—or DIGIT, as we call it—meets exploding demand by employers for professionals capable of both critical analysis and creative production of digital media. You’ll be the employee who knows why, when, and how to use emerging digital tools.
Why Penn State Behrend?
In Behrend’s DIGIT program—Penn State’s only undergraduate program in digital humanities—you’ll tailor your degree to your interests by choosing two of four concentrations: Digital Humanities, Sound and Motion, Modeling and Simulation/Human-Computer Interaction, and Data Visualization and Assessment.
No matter which concentrations you choose, you’ll learn in small classes with engaged faculty and have opportunities for hands-on experience through resources like the Behrend Open Lab for Digital Creations (BOLD-C), Behrend’s Digital Humanities Lab, and the Virtual/Augmented Reality Lab.