Design Management

Course Listing

Design & Media Management
Bachelor of Science
Published June 1, 2016
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Student Learning Outcomes

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Program Courses

LOWER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

ADV202 Illustration and Rapid Visualization
ART101 Principles of Visual Communication
ART102 Color Theory
BA121 Introduction to Business
BA224 Managing People in Organizations
BA226 Business Law
BA227 Business Communications
BA233 Communication Design
BA241 Principles of Marketing
BA250 Principles of Accounting
BA255 Intellectual Property Law
DMG101 Introduction to Design Management
DMG213 Business Finance
GD121 Introduction to Computer Graphics
GD123 Typography I
GD127 Concept Development
Lower Division Program Electives, totaling 15 credits
Lower Division Required Credits 63

UPPER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

ADV431 Public Relations & Promotion
ADV468 Interactive Advertising
BA330 Presentation Graphics
BA335 Emerging Markets
BA340 International Business
BA347 Market Research
BA430 Entrepreneurship
DMG301 Project Management
DMG310 Design Management Internship
DMG311 Brand Strategy
DMG373 Managing Creativity & Innovation
DMG377 Foundation Portfolio
DMG427 Senior Portfolio
DMG473 Seminar: Strategic Design
GD386 Art Direction
GD431 Student Studio
Upper Division Program Electives, totaling 6 credits
Upper Division Studio Elective Courses, totaling 9 credits
Upper Division Required Credits 63
Program Field Credits 126

LIBERAL ARTS

ART204 Ancient to Gothic History: Objects, Art & Artifacts
ART255 Art History: Art & Ideas
HST304 Design History I
HST305 Design History II
HUM101 Design Foundations
ICOR490 Senior Seminar
MTH104 College Mathematics
WR121 English Composition I
WR125 Argumentation & Research
WR126 Writing & the Literary Arts
Computer Sciences Elective
Laboratory Science Elective
Natural Science Elective(s), totaling 6 credits
Computer Science, Natural Science, Social Science or Mathematics Elective(s), totaling 6 credits
Upper Division Computer Science, Natural Science, Social Science or Mathematics Elective
Upper Division Humanities Elective
Liberal Arts Required Credits 54
TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS 180


Sustainability Minor

LOWER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES
ADV202 Illustration and Rapid Visualization
ART101 Principles of Visual Communication
ART102 Color Theory
BA121 Introduction to Business
BA224 Managing People in Organizations
BA226 Business Law
BA227 Business Communications
BA233 Communication Design
BA241 Principles of Marketing
BA250 Principles of Accounting
BA255 Intellectual Property Law
DMG101 Introduction to Design Management
DMG213 Business Finance
GD121 Introduction to Computer Graphics
GD123 Typography I
GD127 Concept Development
Lower Division Elective Studio Courses, totaling 15 credits
Lower Division Required Credits 63

UPPER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES

ADV431 Public Relations & Promotion
ADV468 Interactive Advertising
BA330 Presentation Graphics
BA335 Emerging Markets
BA340 International Business
BA347 Market Research
BA430 Entrepreneurship
DMG301 Project Management
DMG310 Design Management Internship
DMG311 Brand Strategy
DMG373 Managing Creativity & Innovation
DMG377 Foundation Portfolio
DMG427 Senior Portfolio
DMG473 Seminar: Strategic Design
GD386 Art Direction
GD431 Student Studio
Upper Division Program Elective(s)
Upper Division Studio Elective Courses, totaling 9 credits
Upper Division Required Credits 63
Program Field Credits 126

LIBERAL ARTS

ART204 Ancient to Gothic History: Objects, Art & Artifacts
ART255 Art History: Art & Ideas
ECOL201 Ecology
ECON211 Environmental Economics
EVS111 Environmental Science
HST304 Design History I
HST305 Design History II
HST341 History of the Environmental Movement
HUM101 Design Foundations
HUM372 Environmental Ethics
ICOR490 Senior Seminar
MTH104 College Mathematics
SOC211 Introduction to Sustainability
WR121 English Composition I
WR125 Argumentation & Research
WR126 Writing & the Literary Arts
Computer Science Elective
Natural Science Elective
Liberal Arts Required Credits 54
TOTAL CREDITS 180

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Note: The Art Institute of Portland reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.