The digiCOM department seeks to develop students who think critically and creatively in a
constantly evolving field. The department subscribes to liberal arts ideals and integrates courses
in the fields of Design, Business, Communications, and Programming for life-long learning.
Through an emphasis on problem solving and team-based collaboration, students will apply
principles and methods of human centered design and of digiCOM’s different fields to the
creation, storage, analysis, processing and delivery of information in a flexible curriculum that
stays abreast of emerging media. 

Department Goals and Objectives

The outcomes listed below contain department goals (numbered) and those objectives (lettered)
that the department believes can be measured to assess this goal.

will solve problems employing critical and creative methods
apply disciplinary theory, methods, and knowledge to solve problems
solve problems through integrating knowledge from the different fields of study in digital communications

will communicate effectively
create effective communications artifacts
structure information appropriate to media/mode

will evaluate the affects/consequences digital technology on people
identify the legal principles governing communications
analyze the influence of communication artifacts on individual perceptions and behaviors

will plan and collaborate effectively
achieve group goals through knowledge sharing and collaboration
effectively apply project management principles to create individual or group projects