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History

  • Policy Number: SP.12.004
  • Version: Original
  • Drafted By: Liz King, Luke Matjas, Jack Reilly
  • Approved By: Richard R. Rush
  • Approval Date: 1/28/13
  • Effective Date: Fall 2013
  • Supersedes:

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Background

The Master of Arts in Digitally Integrated Art, Media, and Design (DIAMND) brings together an array of interconnected creative disciplines, technologies and media, in a dynamic two-year course of study. The goal of the program is to prepare the next generation of filmmakers, photographers, sound designers, computer artists and digital media practitioners by proving an environment or advanced study and a significant period for immersive production on high level projects. The curriculum combines studio practice with hands-on technical classroom discussions, as well as the opportunity to investigate historical, theoretical, social and aesthetic issues. This program will enable students to explore the intersections of professional, commercial and artistic practices, while developing an individual point of view and a cohesive body of creative work. Students earning this degree will be distinctly poised to contribute to the creative industry, and to shape the future of computer-mediated culture.

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