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Multimedia artists work in all modes of communication - web, social media, print, television, radio - to impart messages relating to all aspects of culture, commerce, and business.

Enrollment Services

Multimedia Studies

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Multimedia Studies

The Bachelor of Science with a Major in Multimedia Studies degree is offered through the MSU Art Department in tandem with the Communication Arts Department. It is an extensive media experience that equips you to fluently author, design and manage content in an array of media. The interdisciplinary degree includes courses from five major study areas: Art (graphic design and photography), Communication (broadcasting), English, Music and Business.

Studying art at MSU is a meaningful and rewarding creative experience, during which you will build confidence with technique, concept, design, and aesthetic judgment. The MSU Art Department is small enough to foster strong student mentoring and large enough to attract quality professors who are engaged in outstanding research.

Art Department Scholarship
The Harvey & Arlene Twyman scholarship is available to incoming freshmen, transfer students, and currently enrolled majors. Awards are based on the quality of applications and student portfolios. For more information or an application.

Exceptional faculty
Members of the art faculty are dedicated educators who have achieved personal success in the fine arts, graphic arts, and photography and work for the success of their students.

University climate

Our college: The College of Arts & Sciences provides a fundamental liberal arts education, giving students the knowledge, skills and values to help them think critically and creatively.

Our learning environment: Small classes ensure art students receive personal attention from their instructors in studios and classrooms.

Our art galleries: Student work is regularly displayed in galleries managed by Northwest Art Center, nationally known for its diverse exhibitions of contemporary and traditional art by local, regional, national and international artists.

Our community: University and community opportunities include the MSU Art Club and NOTSTOCK (MSU’s popular arts festival), as well as downtown Minot galleries and museums.

 

Courses Required

For a complete list of courses and descriptions, please go to course catalog.

All courses subject to change. Other coursework required.

Our university
Our university provides a fundamental liberal arts education, giving students the knowledge, skills and values to help them think critically and creatively.

To learn more, visit our Art Department web site. Better yet, schedule a campus visit so we can meet face-to-face and show you around.

Contact Information
Bill Harbort
Program Coordinator
Professor of Art
Art Department
Division of Humanities
Phone: 701-858-3108 or 1-800-777-0750 ext. 3108
bill.harbort@minotstateu.edu