The Digital Media Major prepares students to become content creators in a world that is constantly being shaped by technology. This preparation includes the cultivation of analytic and critical thinking skills as well as the ability to work and communicate with others on complex interdisciplinary projects integrating digital music, digital art, web-based technologies, and computer programming skills.
Students will learn to integrate their Christian world view as an extension of the creative process as revealed in digital content, presenting themselves as moral and responsible Christian professionals. The digital media major emphasizes a broad-based, theoretical understanding of the delivery tools, which will allow them, as life-long learners, to keep pace with rapidly changing technology over the course of their careers. Students also learn the technical skills necessary to begin as content creators following graduation. Students who successfully complete the digital media major can expect entry-level professional positions or admission to graduate school upon graduation.
Greenville College admits students who desire to achieve a liberal arts education in an evangelical Christian context. Members of this community are either committed to Christ or are sympathetic to the Christian perspective.
Applicants are evaluated by consideration of their academic record, test scores, references, interviews, and participation in extracurricular activities. To be considered for admission, students must submit the following:
- A completed Application for Admission, including full responses to the application essays
- High School Transcripts
- College Transcripts (if the student has attended any colleges previously)
- ACT or SAT scores (required only of entering freshmen and transfer students with fewer than 30 college credits)
- References (only if requested by the Admissions Committee)
The Admissions Office reviews each file individually, so all students who desire to study at Greenville College should complete the application process. However, the Greenville College Faculty have established guidelines by which admission decisions are generally made, which are:
- Completed a college preparatory curriculum in high school
- Ranked in the top 50% of the high school class
- ACT composite of 18, or SAT (Math + Critical Reading) of 860
- High School GPA of at least 2.25/4.0
- Completed at least 12 transferable college credits
- College GPA of at least 2.25/4.0
Note: If a student has completed fewer than 30 college credits, then the high school record and test scores are also used to determine admission.
Note: If a student is not a native English speaker, then the college will consider the TOEFL in lieu of the ACT or SAT for a freshman and may require the TOEFL for a transfer student.
An exact course distribution is not required, but the College recommends at least eleven of the minimum sixteen units earned be in college preparatory subjects. It is highly recommended that entering students have:
- four years of English in high school
- one year each in algebra and geometry
- two years of foreign language
- at least one year of laboratory science
- one year of American history.
However, each candidate will be evaluated on the basis of the individual credentials presented to the College in support of the application.
*Special Note: A student pursuing an education degree with Greenville College who submits a composite score of 22 on the ACT (the composite score must include the writing portion of the test) will be able to use their composite ACT in lieu of the TAP/Illinois Basic Skills test. Note that the ACT composite score must be submitted during the admission process to Greenville College.
Greenville College admits students on a rolling basis, so there is no specific application deadline. Students receive notification of admission within two weeks after their admission file is complete. The Admissions Committee reserves the right to request a personal, on-campus interview with an applicant before making the final admissions decision.
Greenville College has the right to refuse admission or readmission for any student at its discretion. The college does not discriminate in its educational programs or activities on the basis of handicap, race, creed, color, sex or national origin which is in full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the laws of the State of Illinois.
- media producer
- art director
- graphic designer
- digital illustrator
- database administrator
- digital content creator
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