Certificate in Technology, Arts & Media

The new and improved Certificate in TAM

Not only did we launch a Bachelor of Science in Technology, Arts & Media in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, but we are also making some big improvements to the TAM Certificate and Minor. We anticipate some questions regarding how the new Certificate maps onto the old one, so click here for some answers.

Certificate Overview

The Certificate in Technology, Arts & Media (CDM) provides a fundamental understanding of information technology and digital media production. The program will motivate students to think critically about technology and its impacts upon society.

Certificate Goals

  • to equip students with a basic digital media skill-set
  • to transform students from passive users of technology into active producers of technology
  • to introduce students to critical thinking and theories relevant to digital media

Certificate Requirements

  • A minimum of 12 credit hours including:
    • ATLS 2000, The Meaning of Information Technology
    • ATLS 2100, Image
    • ATLS 2200, Web
    • ATLS 2300, Text
  • Student must maintain a 2.0 GPA within all courses
  • Students must earn a minimum grade of “C” in all courses counted for the certificate.
  • Coursework used to satisfy CDM requirements cannot be taken Pass/Fail.
  • Courses cannot be substituted.
  • Failing to meet the minimum grade for any individual ATLS core course twice will result in automatic removal from the TAM program.

Policies

Course Substitutions

Coursework not on the approved elective list (including course work from another University of Colorado campus, another institution, Study Abroad, or Semester at Sea) must be approved by the MTAM Faculty Committee. Students must complete a Course Substitution Petition Request Form and attach supporting documentation (syllabus). Substitution requests will not be considered if the student has already satisfied the requirement with an approved elective course.

Sound interesting?

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