DMS 110 M Intro Programming

session M
Wilson :: Online
reg # 12389

Interested in learning about how computer games are made? Want to make one yourself?!

DMS 110 – Programming for Digital Art equips students with the skills they need to create their own computer games (or similarly algorithmic digital media) and also prepares them to excel in other exciting Media Study courses later in their academic career. It’s one of the first steps that can be taken towards earning the department’s Game Studies Certificate, and it fulfills a basic production requirement!

No previous programming experience is necessary to take the class! DMS 110 assumes absolutely no knowledge of the subject, and its goal is to show that computer programming isn’t just for hacker prodigies and math geniuses. It’s for everybody, and it’s a lot of fun!

This summer, find out just how much fun computer programming is! Whether you’re interested in making games or another kind of algorithmic art, your voice is more than welcome in the chorus of game designers and digital media artists!

This online class will run from July 1st to August 9th. If you have any questions about the course, send an e-mail to

Beginner programming course geared towards Media Study majors with little to no experience who want to pursue Programming Graphics, Game Design and Virtual Reality. This course introduces basic concepts of Computer Science with the Python programming language, while incorporating a Media Study perspective. Non Majors welcome if space available. Lab fee: $100. Fulfills Basic Production Requirement.