Media Arts


Media Arts

The Department of Media Arts offers dynamic undergraduate and graduate degree programs with specialized professional tracks in digital audio, computer graphics, film/TV/video production, media studies, media management, screenwriting, video journalism, and photography.

Students from around the world cultivate their creativity in the Department’s state-of-the-art production labs and facilities, while receiving personalized instruction and mentoring from the talented and experienced faculty and staff members.

In both B.A. and B.F.A. programs, all Media Arts majors, beginning as freshmen, have immediate access to equipment and facilities including: digital photography labs, digital editing labs, television studio, computer graphics labs, digital audio suite, cinema screening facilities and digital cameras.

Both undergraduate and graduate students who choose a major in Media Arts also have the opportunity to take part in exciting, challenging internships in New York City - the media capital of the world, to participate in professional productions and exhibitions, as well as in film festivals and special media events.

Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs
B.A. in Media Arts M.A. in Media Arts
B.F.A. in Computer Arts M.F.A. in Game and Application Design and Development
M.F.A. in Media Arts
M.F.A. in Writing and Producing for Television

Digital Art & Design

The B.F.A. in Computer Art program offers an applied art, design, and technology curriculum with multiple specialized tracks:
• Computer Graphics and Digital Illustration
• Computer Animation
• 3D Modeling and Rendering
• Digital Design • Digital Audio and Computer Sound Design
• Interactive Media and Web Design
• Broadcast Design and Special Effects for Film and Video
• Integrated Computer Arts

TV Writer's Studio

This unique two-year M.F.A. program in Writing and Producing for Television puts you to work in a real-world writer's room where you'll learn the ropes of this exciting profession.



Richard L. Conolly
College of Liberals Arts & Sciences

David Cohen, Dean