Incorporating the artistic and technical aspects of interactive media prepare you to work anywhere innovative thinking is required — from game labs to marketing agencies.
Playful and interactive experiences make up the fastest growing segment of the entertainment industry. Combining artistic practice and expression with new media technology prepares you to work in this $18 billion industry.
Whether you plan to work in a large game studio or develop web applications, you’ll get the training you need through hands-on coursework and real-world experiences.
Students often engage in the study of drawing, literature, art history, and acting, allowing them to bring greater understanding to their work.
Good designers understand user needs. Courses in Usability and Media Analytics will provide insight into user behavior and help you to understand the metrics that inform good design decisions.
Apply the theory you’ve learned through a
semester-long senior project. Create a game, an art installation, or interactive story.
In Art 4320 Simulation and Cinematic VR, you’ll explore topics involved in the transition from linear cinematic film to immersive cinematic Virtual Reality experience, such as conceptualization, design, and formation within 360 simulated experiences.
Associate Professor of Digital Media