Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design

Student working with Photoshop

The Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design program is an interdisciplinary minor for students in any major interested in the use of modern digital technology.

This minor is to provide students with a balance of practical knowledge and advanced technology skills, as well as theoretical foundations to thrive in the digital world. Through the selected courses, students design, develop and evaluate digital content using multimedia technology and relevant learning theories. A diverse selection of General Studies and program courses relevant to Digital Literacy and Multimedia Design are available each term.


The minor requires a total of 20 undergraduate credits at Stockton University. There is a required capstone course (ARTV 4926 Design for Community Partners, LITT/HIST 3923 Digital Humanities Internship II, or INTC 4640 Digital Design Studio), and elective courses divided into two categories: technical and theoretical/applied. Students must complete two courses from each category (four elective courses) and one capstone course. As long as students have the prerequisites for each course, they may take technical and theoretical or applied courses in any sequence.