Computer Graphics Area at the University of Northern Colorado, School of Art & Design offers state-of-the-art computer imaging, artistic exploration and knowledge beyond visualizing scientific concepts; skills often sought by prospective employers. Students learn techniques for digital illustration. The program combines hands-on experience in integrating various computer-based technologies, from graphical display, through time based media, web and programming to video production, combined with practical and theoretical criticism, artistic, and aesthetic structures. Students explore options in interdisciplinary learning, and then focus on their areas of interests. The program is set under Art section of the program. The minimum of three classed are required for this area of concentration, For example, Computer Art, Computer Graphics, and Digital Illustration.
Students have a possibility to undertake an interdisciplinary program between Art and Design and Computer Science through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences that requires successful completion of the major core courses.