Digital Language Arts Major (B.A.)
Students in the Digital Language Arts program develop high-level critical and creative thinking skills by planning and constructing innovative, entrepreneurial digital-age projects. By conceptualizing, theorizing, and authoring cutting-edge ideas for both art and business, you'll learn to excel in every type of literacy necessary for success in the digital marketplace. This includes, in addition to conventional print literacy, literacies in visual, audiovisual, digital, transmedia, performative, augmented reality, augmented virtuality, and virtual reality environments.
For the Digital Language Arts program at UNH Manchester, students must complete a minimum of 128 credits and satisfy the University's Discovery Program and foreign language requirements, and complete a minimum of 40 credits in major coursework with a grade of C- or higher. The major requirements consist of a minimum of 10 courses. These 10 courses (40 credits) must include the capstone requirement. Students in the major must earn C or higher to pass ENGL 419 Introduction to Literary Analysis, ENGL 502 Professional and Technical Writing, and ENGL 595 Literary Topics: Digital Creative Writing. One literary theory/poetics course is required.
|ENGL 419||Writing About Literature||4|
|ENGL 502||Professional and Technical Writing||4|
|ENGL 595||Literary Topics (Digital Creative Writing)||4|
|ENGL 694||Special Topics in Creative Writing (Experimental Narratives)||4|
|ENGL 694||Special Topics in Creative Writing (Visual Narratives)||4|
|ENGL elective 1||4|
|ENGL 787||English Major Seminar 2||4|
|ENGL 797||Special Studies in Literature 3||4|
|ENGL 791||English Grammar||4|
|ENGL elective 4||4|
Choose 500/600-level ENGL course in literature, literary theory, or creative writing with advisor approval
Variable topic seminar colloquium
Choose 500, 600, or 700-level ENGL course in creative writing, creative nonfiction, poetics, or appropriate courses in Communication Arts and allied Programs with advisor approval