Computer Science - Digital Media


Studying Digital Media and Technology

As a Computer Science – Digital Media major, you will gain practical knowledge of computer science while developing your skills in audio, video, and graphic design. Creative students with both technical and artistic interests can declare this major and take classes in Computer Science, Film, and Art.

This interdisciplinary degree allows students to combine design and technology to produce high-quality media, learning the process from inception to post-production. Through the Computer Science portion of the Digital Media curriculum, students study and implement computer algorithms and systems to solve complex problems that will help them build interactive websites and multi-tier web applications. In photography, audio and video production, visual communication, and digital tools classes, students will learn the tech tools to become effective artists, designers, and producers.

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Careers in Digital Media

By developing skills in animation, audio, graphics, data science, web design, and more, students will have opportunities for a career in a number of fields, including radio, television, design, e-commerce, social media, and emerging media industries. Along with studying digital media, Taylor’s strong Christian liberal arts core curriculum will give students the ability to thrive in and adapt to today's ever-changing digital career landscape.

Computer Science - Digital Media Curriculum & Degree Options

Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.

Foundational Core

The Foundational Core is the key to Taylor’s total education. These classes will give you a big-picture view of how your calling connects with God's purpose for your life, engaging with ideas that will demonstrate how God has given you certain talents and skills to bring healing to the world. Each student who completes the Foundational Core emerges as a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God's creation.

View Foundational Core Curriculum.

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