The B.A. degree in Digital Storytelling trains students in the latest multimedia production tools as well as writing and design for digital media. Housed in the School of Visual Studies, Digital Storytelling is an interdisciplinary degree program with a flexible structure.
In addition to the Digital Storytelling core courses, students take courses across campus in Art, Film Studies, Communication, English, Information Technology, Theater, Art History, and other areas. These courses are organized into three distribution areas: Writing; Theories of Narrative, Visual Culture, and New media; and Production (multimedia, audio and animation).
In addition to the regular course offerings, intensive seminars and workshops, study-abroad opportunities, practicums and internships form an essential part of the Digital Storytelling undergraduate experience.
For more information on the undergraduate degrees in the Digital Storytelling Program and assistance in planning your course of study and filling out the grad plan contact the program advisor:
Academic Advisor-College of Arts & Science
Digital Storytelling, and Film Studies Majors
322 Tate Hall - University of Missouri
Phone: (573) 884-7863