Program Offerings

This innovative online graduate program blends electronic and experiential learning. Accredited by NCATE and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the curriculum provides art education professionals with new perspectives on teaching and learning. In addition to your earning professional development hours, such as Act 48 in Pennsylvania, the faculty can help you prepare for certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).

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The Bachelor of Design in Digital Multimedia Design (120 credits) integrates courses in visual arts and design, information sciences and technology, and communications to deliver a dynamic, project-based curriculum that nurtures multi-domain design thinkers and makers adept at meeting complex challenges.

The Undergraduate Certificate in Digital Arts program (15 credits) will help you master the powerful combination of artistic knowledge and technical skills to create professional, high-quality digital portfolios. By focusing on the latest production techniques for generating computer-based graphics and media-rich web production you will develop your technical proficiencies and learn key concepts of multimedia and visual art.

The 35-credit Master of Professional Studies in Geodesign, a collaborative program from Penn State’s College of Arts and Architecture and the Department of Geography, prepares you to take leadership roles in addressing complex environmental design problems in settings which range from urban design to conservation planning.