RIT’s Master of Science in Media Arts and Technology is a one-year program focused on developing skills with a technical emphasis and business-oriented approach. In the intensive program, students learn how to create brilliant ways to communicate and identify emerging technologies to exceed evolving market demands.
Learn all about the MS program during an information session from 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in Neblette Conference Room (Gannett Hall, off the first-floor lobby). Pizza will be provided.
Faculty will be on hand to share information about coursework, job possibilities and how the program prepares students to solve communication problems in today’s interactive media landscape. Whether it’s via the web, packaging design, traditional print, interactive graphics, mobile apps, 3D printing or smart media, students will create and manage innovative cross-media applications.
To learn more ahead of the information session, contact graduate program director Michael Peres at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When and Where
5:00 PM-6:00 PM
Frank E. Gannett Hall
Neblette Conference Room (Gannett Hall, off the first-floor lobby)
Open to the Public