May 07, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Virtual Reality Design (B.A.)


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Mohammad Obeid, PhD, Assistant Professor Virtual and Augmented Reality
650 Millwood Ave, Winchester, VA 22601, [email protected]

The BA in Virtual Reality Design will prepare students for careers producing high-quality content for emerging immersive technologies. Students will learn how to write, film, direct and edit immersive content. This degree track will also allow students to specialize in 360 video or AR/VR content production.  

 

SCIL Lab - Student-run Lab


  • Credit(s): 3
  • Two instances normally taken in two consecutive terms Credit(s): 6

Elective Courses


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

9 credits of ARVR electives required.

B.A. Concentration Courses


Students choose 15 credits from these courses.  They may also substitute VR Design B.S. Concentration with advisor approval.

Course Map


1st Year - Fall

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

 

1st Year - Spring

  • ARVR 240
  • (ShenEd Ethical Reasoning)
  • ARVR 210
  • General Elective
  • ShenEd Elective

 

2nd Year - Fall

  • ARVR 230
  • ARVR 202 (ShenEd Communicative Literacy)
  • ARVR 290
  • (ShenEd Natural Science)
  • (ShenEd Social or Behavioral Science)

 

2nd Year - Spring

  • ARVR Elective
  • General Elective
  • ARVR 290
  • (ShenEd Creative Expression)
  • General Elective

 

3rd Year - Fall

  • ShenEd Cultural Understanding
  • ARVR 310
  • ARVR Concentration
  • ARVR Concentration
  • General Upper Division Elective

 

3rd Year - Spring

  • ARVR Elective
  • ARVR Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • General Upper Division Elective
  • ARVR Concentration

 

4th Year - Fall

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

 

4th Year - Spring

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

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

 

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