Interactive Media program welcomes Class of 2013
The Interactive Media master's program welcomes its newest class of 27 students.
On July 30, the School of Communications welcomed 27 students to the master’s program in Interactive Media. They mark the fourth class in the program's history.
The class of 2013 will devote the next 10 months to strategic thinking; planning and creating interactive media content consisting of text, images, sounds, video and graphics; and to managing information for interactive news, entertainment and persuasive communications.
Students began a three-week Digital Media Workshop July 31, and begin their regular fall semester classes on Aug. 28. Interactive Writing and Design, Producing Interactive Media, Interactive Media Strategies and Visual Aesthetics are a few classes slated for the fall semester.
A full story on the first gathering of the newest class and profiles of the iMedia students will be posted online in the coming days.