Through the Digital Technology and Culture program, students learn about a range of multimedia tools to create art, critically analyze media and craft designs. Students in DTC develop skills in web design, animation, graphic design, video production, virtual reality and other emerging technologies.
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WSU Tri-Cities digital technology and culture students have the opportunity to shape their coursework around their passions and are given the tools to excel in their individual career paths.
Associate Professor Peter Christenson is the recipient of a US–UK Fulbright Scholar Award in Art & Design. He is also the creator of Null Set, a local interventionist magazine and collaborative organization.
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Students studying digital technology and culture exhibit their work in art shows and galleries along with art students across the Tri-Cities, including the WSU Tri-Cities Art Center on campus.
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You will take courses that cover a wide range of subjects in DTC, which could include:
The Digital Technology and Culture program is designed to give students flexibility in deciding their career path by shaping their coursework to fit their individual goals. DTC students are well-prepared to embark on any number of careers in the exciting field of new media technologies, including video, photography, social media and graphic design.
Career outcomes in DTC The DTC program at WSU Tri-Cities gives students hands-on experience with the latest technologies, preparing them for creative production at the local and global scale. Small class sizes allow for collaboration, networking, and exploration of conceptual practices.
WSU Tri-Cities and Pullman alumni from the past 10 years who work in Washington State have the following occupations and estimated salary:
Estimated salary of DTC alumni
Jobs held by WSU DTC graduates: Graphic Designer | Marketing Manager | Web Developer | Public Relations | Videographer | Market Research Analyst