The Certificate in Technology, Arts & Media (CTAM) provides a fundamental understanding of information technology and digital media production. The program will motivate students to think critically about technology and its impacts upon society.
- to equip students with a basic digital media skill-set
- to transform students from passive users of technology into active producers of technology
- to introduce students to critical thinking and theories relevant to digital media
- A minimum of 12 credit hours including:
- ATLS 2000, The Meaning of Information Technology
- ATLS 2100, Image
- ATLS 2200, Web
- ATLS 2300, Text
- Student must maintain a 2.0 GPA within all courses
- Students must earn a minimum grade of “C” in all courses counted for the certificate.
- Coursework used to satisfy CDM requirements cannot be taken Pass/Fail.
- Courses cannot be substituted.
- Failing to meet the minimum grade for any individual ATLS core course twice will result in automatic removal from the TAM program.