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Bachelor of Science in Visualization

What is Visualization?

Visual media entertains, informs, motivates. Visual media comes in many forms, but the goal is the same: to communicate to an audience by involving the viewer in the experience. The visualization program focuses on the processes of creation, design and development of the visual experience.

Areas of Interest

Program Structure

The visualization program consists of 120 credit hours. A sequence of studio classes support student learning in their area of interest. These studios are supported by courses that teach programming, art theory, and technical learning.

All visualization students are required by the college to spend one semester away from the university. They may choose between studying abroad, studying at another university, or serving an approved internship in an industry related to the student’s area of interest.

View B.S. of Visualization Curriculum


For more information about the B.S. in Visualization program, please contact:

Jill Raupe
Academic Advisor