By exploring a broad and diverse range of media, you will develop inventive visual, written, and digital content that moves people to act and prepares you for career entry into related disciplines.
Our new bachelor’s degree program in Design Media Arts equips you to be the go-to person for all things related to digital design and communications.
You will grow artistically through coursework in composition, design, and typography; gain design expertise with courses in digital graphics, user experience design, and photography; and elevate your communication skills with courses in writing, advertising, public relations, business, and video production. Our faculty will bring their unique expertise to the classroom, teaching you how to combine these skills for a robust and fulfilling career.
Gain hands-on experience, developing communication strategies and designing work for real clients in the capstone class “The Agency.” You’ll be prepared with the portfolio and skills that demonstrate your ability to work collaboratively, meet professional standards, and create audience-centered objects and content for developed multi-media platforms within the graphic, digital, interactive design, and communication fields.
Hearst Center for Communications and Interactive Media
Hearst Center Television Studio
Hearst Radio Studio
Gain hands-on experience with state-of-the-art technology housed in our TV and audio production studios, video editing suites, and performance studios, art studios, computer labs, FabLab, and galleries.
“The experience I’ve had at The College of Saint Rose has been above and beyond what I expected. This experience has helped me feel more prepared in meeting my goals for my career in Communications and Graphic Design just in the few months of time here.”
Our faculty are committed to your ability to act creatively, think critically, and make lasting contributions as innovative artists, designers, educators, scholars, and leaders.
Professor Tolmie has taught all introductory-, core-, advanced- and graduate-level courses in screen printing, intaglio printmaking, and relief printmaking. Areas of specialization include: printmaking curriculum design and development, as well as, studio management.
Gaining relevant work experience before you graduate is integral to your success, which is why internships are required at The Center for Art & Design. Build your portfolio at organizations such as ESPN, Pentagram, L.L. Bean, The Vermont Sculpture Center, Dia Art Foundation, and more.