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UX - User Experience Program

UX Design is the process of designing (digital or physical) products that are useful and easy to use. It's about enhancing the user experience that people have while interacting with your product, and making sure they find value in what you're providing. Students will learn how to code and design the digital assets of a corporate, governmental, or non-profit entity. These assets include websites, apps, blogs, branded promotional material, and social media efforts. 


Key Skills: Career Opportunities:
Coding UX Designer
Design Thinking UI Designer (User Interface)
Interactive Design Information Architect
Strategic Thinking Experience Designer
  Interaction Designer


For more information, contact:

Kristina Arnold, Dept. Head

Department of Art


The BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) Major in Visual Arts with a concentration in UX requires 79 Credit Hours


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Program Code: 514

The AB (Bachelor of Arts) Major in Visual Studies is a liberal arts degree requiring 49 Credit Hours - You may take UX courses to help fulfill your program requirements.


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Program Code: 509

The certificate in User Experience Design requires 18 Credit Hours (6 courses)

Required Courses

  1. ART 243: Digital Media (or AD 210 for students who have taken this course)
  2. UX 220: Introduction to User Experience Design
  3. UX 330: User Interface Design
  4. UX 340: Intro to Developing and Prototyping for Interactive Design
  5. UX 400: User Experience Advanced Studio

Restricted Electives (Pick One from the below)

  • UX 300: User Experience Strategy & Content Creation
  • ART 331: Visual Thinking
  • UX 430: Advanced User Interface Design
  • UX 440: Advanced Developing and Testing for Interactive Design




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 Last Modified 10/8/23