Next Enrollment Term: Fall 2026

The Interactive Media graduate program is currently conducting a market research study examining new concentrations, curriculum revisions, and new methods of delivery to meet and support the needs of today‚Äôs students. The program expects to enroll its next cohort in fall 2026, with applications opening Sept. 1, 2025. If you would like to stay informed about this graduate program’s development, please join our mailing list.


Required Courses (9 courses, 27 credit hours)

August Term

  • IME 6010: Interactive Media Bootcamps

Fall Term

  • IME 6005 Opportunities in Interactive Media
  • IME 6030: Interactive Media Theory and Research
  • IME 6040: Front-end Development
  • IME 6050: Producing Interactive Media
  • IME 6060: User Experience
  • IME 6070: Visual Aesthetics
  • Students will also be enrolled in a one-hour pro-seminar course (0 credit hours)

Winter Term

  • IME 6100: Interactive Project for the Public Good

Spring Term

  • IME 6970: Interactive Media Capstone

Elective Courses (choose three)

(Representative list only; others will be added as needed)

  • IME 6210: Intellectual Property Law
  • IME 6220: Multimedia Storytelling
  • IME 6230: Virtual Environments and the Metaverse
  • IME 6240: Public Opinion through New Media
  • IME 6250: Interactive Media Management and Economics
  • IME 6260: Application and Interface Design
  • IME 6270: Game Design and Development
  • IME 6280: SEO, Analytics and Social Media Strategy
  • IME 6290: Data Mining and Visualization
  • IME 6310: Digital Brand Communications
  • IME: 6330: Contemporary Media Issues
  • IME 6981: Professional Apprenticeship
  • IME 6991: Special Topics in Interactive Media