The Digital Writing and Media Arts Department (DWMA) is home to programs that prepare students for careers in the emerging fields of user interface design and information design. Students apply critical technology theory, synthesize information design principles and integrated technical communication concepts, and learn to shape the ways humans process culture in digital, global contexts.
Our two, newly approved undergraduate degrees, Interactive Design and Technical Communication offer students choices as they prepare for careers within the fields of digital and visual content creation and design. These programs involve students in the theoretical and cultural components of digital environments and offer practice through a full range of multimodal, digital projects integrated throughout the curriculum.
The courses in the programs prepare students to curate and build a collection of professional work for portfolios. In this highly collaborative environment, students learn to be integrative and informative communicators and designers who are ready to work in a variety of careers and on interactive content teams.
We are currently revising our graduate offerings to reflect our unique mission within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Kennesaw State University. While we are unable to admit new students at this time, we encourage interested applicants to contact us for more information.