Our degree plans allow students to design personalized programs that draw on areas including animation, interactive design, interactive narrative and games, virtual environments and sound design. All students participate in group projects and many have the opportunity to engage in research with faculty.
The merging of arts and technology has created a competitive field with high growth potential. Graduates with degrees in arts and technology work in the entertainment, business, education, medical and science industries and more.
To see examples of the skill sets developed by our students, check out our gallery.
Incoming or current undergraduate ATEC and EMAC majors who are or will be enrolled full-time (12 hours) are eligible to apply for the Arts and Technology Scholarship. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA to qualify.
Make an appointment for a campus tour with enrollment services. If you have further questions about the ATEC program please email an advisor to schedule an appointment.