Alex Lee, Associate Professor, Communication & Media
After graduation, you will be prepared to embark on a successful career in any of the following areas:
- art and design
- computer animation and video gaming
- UI/UX creation
- mobile/web design and development (app design)
- computational science research (scientific visualization and simulation)
- interactive display systems
- virtual reality
- data visualization
- physical computing
- social media/online marketing
The DA&S major encompasses 78 of the 120 credit hours required for a bachelor's degree. This leaves ample opportunity to explore majors or other areas that interest you while you complete your DA&S degree.
Emily Fountain '17, BS Communication
Internship and Co-op Opportunities
As a student, you will have the ability to apply for internships/co-ops at companies like Pixar, Industrial Light & Magic, Dreamworks, Warner Brothers, Time Warner, Nelvana Studios, Rokko Studios, Ice Blade Studios, Framestore, HBO, Xerox, Pipeline Studios, Guru Studio, Bardel Entertainment, Atomic Entertainment, Mercury Filmworks, 9 Story Media Group and many more.
The DA&S degree has significant research opportunities involving the Montreal International Games Summit, Game Developers Conference and Siggraph, among others.