Outer WrapperAbout The Program School of Fine Arts Digital Media This degree program offers introductory course work in digital media. Topics include basic drawing and design, color theory and core graphics software used in the industry. NSU features a state-of-the-art graphics lab, lighting studio and equipment such as HD video cameras, green screens and digital painting screens. Careers Students who complete this degree program will be prepared for transfer to a four-year degree program in graphic design, or to apply for entry-level positions in the field of digital design. Job venues include advertising or design companies, video or web design firms, and corporate or in-house graphics departments. For more information on careers in your major or help choosing a major, contact the NSU Career Center. Internships Internships are available, but not required, and are filled at the discretion of the student’s major professor. Scholarships Fine Arts Scholarships NSU Scholarships Course Requirements Digital Media (AS) Course Requirements Digital Media Minor Course Requirements Plans of Study Digital Media (AS) Plan of Study Our Faculty Keum-Taek Jung Department Art School of Fine Arts Programs Art (Graphic Design) Digital Media M.F.A., Rochester Institute of Technology B.F.A., Iowa State University Keum-Taek Jung was born in Seoul, Korea. He focuses on multimedia instruction at Northern State University. Previously, he studied industrial design and visual effects in Korea. His films have shown at international festivals such as SXSW, Nashville, Ani Madrid, and Rhode Island International Film Festival. He is interested in the abstraction and transformation of symbolism with 2D and 3D computer graphic arts.