Drexel's graduate program in Digital Media is available for students and professionals who are interested in exploring, researching and building advanced media design and production careers in the 21st century.
The program reflects the fast-paced, constantly evolving field in which art, technology and science intersect. The digital media curriculum at Drexel is innovative, interdisciplinary and project-oriented. 63 quarter-credits are offered in advanced digital design such as 3D modeling, animation, interactivity, gaming and digital media history, theory and methods. Students may participate in government-funded grant research opportunities, industry-sponsored studies, or independent student-generated and faculty-approved projects. Projects have included Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) for video games, a multi-media interactive dance performance with body tracking, multi-touch games for teaching middle-school children, theme park ride and animation design, interactive online non-linear narrative comics, and advanced animation production techniques. Graduates have obtained jobs at leading companies including Pixar, Microsoft XBOX, NCSoft, Dreamworks, and Disney.
For additional information on scholarships, fellowships and admission requirements, visit Graduate Admissions.
To see tons of student work samples, visit the creative work page, www.digm.drexel.edu, and also visit replay.drexel.edu.
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