Admission into the BFA digital design program or the digital design minor is by portfolio review. This review process occurs April 1 or November 1 (or on the following business day if the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday) during a student’s sophomore year after a student has met the following eligibility criteria:
University of Colorado Denver Students
- You have completed, and are transferring, a minimum of 24 credit hours from a previous institution.
- You have completed, or are in the process of completing, the equivalents of the following Foundation Studio classes: , , and .
- A cumulative fine arts GPA of 2.75.
Students who are applying for entrance into the digital design program or minor are required to submit a portfolio that consists of (1) a written statement, (2) a designed portfolio on CD-ROM or DVD and (3) official or unofficial transcript(s) from all previous post-secondary education institutions with the understanding that digital design is a fall start program. Upon acceptance into the digital design program, students may register for upper-division digital design classes.
Those applying to the minor (and not the major) are not required to complete , or (or their college-level equivalents), but they must show equivalent studio work in their application portfolios.
Contact CAMadvising@ucdenver.edu for program and portfolio information, or contact the Digital Design Area Head Brian DeLevie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Information about the Minor
All courses for the minor must be taken at UC Denver unless approved otherwise by the digital design faculty advisor. Each course must be completed with a C/2.0 or better. Students pursuing a BA in fine arts (art history emphasis) may use up to 9 semester hours to fulfill major and minor requirements; the remaining semester hours must be taken in addition to the major requirements. Students pursuing a major in any of the studio arts may not pursue this minor. Consult a CAM advisor for further details.