Computer Graphics / Digital Arts
Web. CGI. Game architecture. Graphic design.
It’s more than magic. And Springfield College computer graphics/digital arts students are well versed in it. From the creative to the technological, the computer graphics/digital arts program allows students to experience it all, and in the end, walk away as well-rounded designers.
Students may choose one of three concentrations:
What are they up to now?
Students from the computer graphics/digital arts program have found success in a variety of careers, including video game design, animation and FX, advertising, Web design, multimedia, scientific and medical simulation, and graphic design.
Employers want you.
Springfield College computer graphics/digital arts graduates head into the workforce with experience, a stellar portfolio, and knowledge gained from an constantly evolving curriculum on the cusp of digital media. The flexibility of Springfield graduates and their expansive knowledge makes them a valuable asset to employers. Students are more than experts in one area, they become experts in the field.
“The most rewarding and exciting thing about the Springfield College Computer Graphics/Digital Arts Program has been meeting great professors and great people who share the same interest as me. I have expanded my knowledge and learned new things about the career that I am pursuing.” – Carmen Ruiz-Robles
Springfield College student Alex Harrington ’13, computer graphics / digital arts, was selected to participate in a Summer Innovation Workshop with The Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI). This highly competitive summer internship program provides eligible students with a chance to work on a game prototype with other students. Harrington wrote, "The OnCall Whiteboard," which was published on the MassDIGI blog.
Read his post here.
Looking to learn more?
Contact Assistant Professor of Art and Computer Graphics Ruth West at email@example.com.
Already have a portfolio?
Interested students are encouraged to submit a portfolio of their work with their Springfield College applications.