Mar 31, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Virtual Reality Design (B.S.)


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Anne Marchant, PhD., Director, Division of Applied Technology
540-665-4760, [email protected]

The BS in Virtual Reality Design will prepare students for careers working as technical specialists and/or programmers in AR/VR or related fields. Students complete the VR Technology Concentration courses.

In addition to the required concentration courses, both BA and BS students complete a common set of foundation courses, two lab courses, AR/VR electives, and a two semester capstone sequence in which they complete a real project working with a client or as part of an internship.

SCIL Lab - Student-run Lab


Elective Courses


BS students may choose any BA in Virtual Reality Design concentration courses as electives in addition to the courses listed below.

9 credits of ARVR electives required.

Course Map


1st Year - Fall

  • FYS 101*
  • CSC 121
  • ENG 101 (ShenEd Written Literacy)
  • MATH 102 or 201 (ShenEd Quantitative Literacy)
  • ARVR 105

 

1st Year - Spring

  • CSC 201
  • (ShenEd Ethical Reasoning)
  • ARVR 210
  • CSC 122
  • MATH 225

 

2nd Year - Fall

  • ARVR 230
  • ARVR 202 (ShenEd Communicative Literacy)
  • ARVR 290
  • (ShenEd Natural Science)
  • ARVR 260

 

2nd Year - Spring

  • ARVR 240
  • (ShenEd Cultural Understanding)
  • ARVR 290
  • (ShenEd Creative Expression)
  • (ShenEd Social or Behavioral Science)

 

3rd Year - Fall

  • ARVR Elective
  • ARVR 310
  • ARVR 361
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective

 

3rd Year - Spring

  • ARVR Elective
  • ARVR Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • (ShenEd Elective)

 

4th Year - Fall

  • ARVR 401
  • ARVR 440
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective

 

4th Year - Spring

  • ARVR 402
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective

 

*Transfer students must take an additional course in the Navigating Differences region instead of FYS 101

 

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