The minor in creative computing is designed to equip students to use code as a medium for art, design, and games, focusing on the expressive, aesthetic, and reflexive dimensions of programming. It will introduce students to computational forms of creative and critical thinking, bolstering Northeastern University's offering of humanics-centered courses.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified. Students who wish to register for 2000-level courses and above need to plan ahead in order to complete prerequisite course(s) ahead of time.
A student pursuing this minor must complete a minimum of three courses exclusive to this minor beyond the courses required for the student’s declared major(s), minor(s), or PlusOne.
|ARTG 2260||Programming Basics||4|
|ARTD 2340||Introduction to Computational Creative Practice||4|
|Complete two of the following (note that some courses may require prerequisites):||8|
|Introduction to Immersive Media|
|Virtual Environment Design|
|Interaction Design 1: Responsive|
|Physical and Digital Fabrication|
|Level Design and Game Architecture|
|Cornerstone of Engineering 1|
|Digital Storytelling and Social Media|
|Computer Music Fundamentals|
|Embedded Audio Programming|
2.500 GPA required in the minor