The minor in creative computing is highly interdisciplinary, championing a "whole brain" approach. Combining study, creative practice and research, students explore computing as a universal creative medium, integrating aesthetic principles and practices from the arts with analytical theories and processes from computer science and engineering.
|Requirements for the Minor||Credit Hours|
|Core Course Requirements:
|Creative Computation (at least 6 hours from the following, according to track choice):
Administered through the Center of Creative Computation.
Classes are taught by faculty from: Lyle School of Engineering (Computer Science & Engineering; Electrical Engineering; and Civil and Environmental Engineering); Creative Computation (Digital and Hybrid Media); Art (Photography); Film & Media Arts; Music; Dedman College of the Humanities and Sciences (Physics, Math and Philosophy); Theatre and Art History.