A concentration in Interactive Arts addresses the needs and interests of students from other majors to study and develop a basic understanding of how to integrate new and emerging media and technologies (robotics, sound, and games) into their personal art-making practice. To achieve this goal, the Interactive Arts concentration offers core courses, supplemented by student-selected electives, that build technical and conceptual skills, while establishing historical and critical contexts for integrated digital and new materials art. A wide range of electives are available for students to choose a direction that best meets the needs of their chosen major.
Requirements for the Interactive Arts Concentration
|Course Title||Course #||Credits|
|IA1: Creative Coding||IA 215||3|
|Robotic Arts: Intro||IA 277||3|
|Choose three from the following:|
|IA2: Interactive Installations||IA 255||3|
|IA3: Fab Lab||IA 351||3|
|IA4: Project Studio||IA 395||3|
|Interaction as Art||IA 210||3|
|Virtual Reality for Artists||IA 317||3|
|Peabody and MICA Collab Studio||IA 330||3|
|Total Credits for the Interactive Arts Concentration||15|
This page was last updated on 06/06/2016.