Students from the computer graphics and digital arts major have found success in a variety of careers, including video game design, animation and FX, advertising, Web design, multimedia, scientific and medical simulation, and graphic design.

Recent graduates of the major have gone on to work as analysts, developers, video editors, and information technology professionals. Others have pursued advanced education. 

A piece of student work that depicts a hand reaching out to a technical scene that features the logos of technology companies.
Student Work by Po Yu Fung
A piece of student work that depicts a variety of swirls and numbers spinning around trees in the woods.
Student Work by Eric Yeadon
A piece of student work that depicts a male with paint on his face.
Student Work - Matt Dale
A piece of student work that depicts an older man sitting at a chess table and the image is nailed to a tree trunk.
Student Work by Luke DeLaura
A piece of student work that depicts an image of an x-ray of the chest with the Mozilla Firefox logo where the heart should be on a laptop.
Student Work by Vanessa Gueli
A piece of student work depicting three renderings of a male's angry face.
Student Work by Matt Dale
Students and Professor Ruth West pose in 3D sunglasses after a presentation using 3D technology during the annual senior art show.
Senior Art Show

Students and Professor Ruth West pose in 3D sunglasses after a presentation using 3D technology during the annual senior art show.

Studying Computer Graphics and Digital Arts At Springfield College