Creative Technologies: Interdisciplinary Technologies
The interdisciplinary Creative Technologies major emphasizes design and practice in the integration of digital technologies and the fine arts.
In addition to foundational study across the fine arts, the major provides training and experiences across a range of creative/technical fields, including:
- electronic music
- music production
- motion graphics
- mobile, web, and computer programming concepts
Point of Pride
The Creative Technologies program combines serious artistry with modern technology to train true digital artists who are prepared to adapt to today's needs.
Why study Creative Technologies: Interdisciplinary Technologies?
Any student in the Arts program can take courses in Creative Technologies. If you major in Creative Technologies, you get a more in-depth academic experience with digital image-making, audio, and interactive environments such as the web.
Creative technologies at Illinois State is a multimedia program providing experiences in music (sound design), theater (light and sound design), and art (Web design). The curriculum emphasizes theory, design, and practice in the application of computer technology to art, music, and theatre.
A degree in Creative Technologies prepares you with a broad range of knowledge and skills in multimedia design, including
- digital video and sound
- computer graphics and theater design
- digital and MIDI music
- web design
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Applying to Illinois State
Illinois State's preferred filing period for freshman students for the fall semester is September 1-November 15. Applying early is encouraged, as the University must limit enrollment due to space at the University and in specific majors/programs. Visit the Office of Admissions to apply today!