Proposed Major in Technology, Design, and Interaction (Bachelor of Science)
Note: The coursework for this degree is online, but the TDI degree is currently in the approval process. If you are interested in this degree or any of the courses below, your next step is to get on the email list for more information. Click on the "take the next step" button to get on the list.
|Course Number||Course Name|
|ITLS 3110||Design Perspectives and Process 1|
|ITLS 3120||Design Perspectives and Process 2|
|ITLS 3310||Intro to Information and Media Literacy|
|ITLS 3350||Computational Thinking|
|ITLS 3130||Information Design for People—How People Learn|
|ITLS 5220||Video/Audio Design and Production|
|ITLS 5230||Graphic Design and Production|
|ITLS 5265||Internet Development|
|ITLS 4110||Project Management|
|ITLS 4130||Data Visualization|
|ITLS 4160||Measuring Learning and Performance|
|ASTE 3050||Technical and Professional Communication Principles|
|choose one of the following (you need one to finish the degree):|
|ITLS 4960||Capstone Experience—Senior Project|
Choose Two Emphasis Areas to Finish the Degree
Click on each emphasis area to see the course listings.
The TDI degree is currently in the approval process. You cannot yet apply for the degree. If you are interested in this degree, please get on the email list for more information by clicking the button below.
Learn More: Admission Requirements and Career Outlook
Before you declare a major in Technology, Design, and Interaction, please make sure you meet the following admission requirements: have at least a 2.0 GPA and the equivalent of an associate’s degree (60 accepted credit hours of general studies or a locked-in associates degree). The associates degree can come from many paths, including from Utah State University Extension or one of the technical colleges paths. To learn more about this degree, get on the email list.
For advisement questions, please email Michelle Wilson (email@example.com), the program advisor. She can work with students on an interdisciplinary studies degree while we are awaiting degree approval.
Depending on your path and emphasis areas, a TDI degree may lead you to many different career fields. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the career fields associated with this degree are within the top three fastest growth rate categories for projected growth rates in Utah from 2014 to 2024:
- Instructional designer (consider emphasizing in technical communication, multimedia, and/or culturally responsive design)
- Web developer (consider emphasizing in game studies and/or multimedia)
- Training and development manager (consider emphasizing in new venture management and/or marketing)
- Project manager (consider emphasizing in new venture management and/or marketing)
- Program manager (consider emphasizing in new venture management and/or marketing)
- Product manager (consider emphasizing in product development, new venture management, and/or marketing)
- Multimedia and eLearning developer consider (consider emphasizing in multimedia and/or game studies)
- UX/UI designers (consider emphasizing in multimedia and/or culturally responsive design)
- Game designers (consider emphasizing in game studies and/or multimedia)
- Graphic designer (consider emphasizing in multimedia and/or culturally responsive design)
- Data analyst (consider emphasizing in marketing and/or culturally responsive design)
- Technical writer (consider emphasizing in technical communication and/or multimedia)
- Content developer (consider emphasizing in technical communication and/or multimedia)
Note: You would be qualified for most all of these careers with any emphasis areas you choose. The emphasis areas listed with each career option is only suggestive. Also, this list is not comprehensive by any means; there are many more career options available to you.