Digital Culture, MA

The MA program in digital culture is geared toward practitioners of design and the arts who have an interest in software and system development and seek to enhance their practice through expanded engagement with interactive and embodied media design in a transdisciplinary environment.

The degree program allows artists and designers to explore new avenues for real-time media creation that seek to go beyond current paradigms. Coursework also explores current practices in various contexts (performance environments, health and well-being, social media and communication) as well as engineering-based approaches to develop experiential systems with social impact.

Digital culture alumni have received job opportunities in areas such as:

  • audio and video
  • engineering
  • graphic design
  • illustration
  • interaction design
  • iOS development
  • journalism
  • programming
  • software engineering
  • special effects
  • 3D modeling and fabrication
  • visual media

Degree Offered

Digital Culture, MA
Design & the Arts, Herberger Institute for


Plan of Study

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Information about this program

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