Computation, Technology, and Culture (CTC) Concentration

Computation, Technology, and Culture (CTC) is an interdisciplinary, 15-credit undergraduate concentration. Students earn credits toward the concentration by taking a mix of required courses and identified electives. Through the CTC concentration students gain an understanding of the ideas and techniques of writing in programming languages, while engaging with critical analysis, history, and theory concerning software systems, computational platforms, and associated technologies shaping society. Students hone their ability to write source code, author software, and program machines for making works of art and design.

If you are a RISD student and would like to become a CTC concentrator, please log in to your RISD account and complete this Google form.


Clement Valla
Associate Professor, CTC Concentration Coordinator