WPI’s New MS in Interactive Media and Game Development

by Darius Kazemi on February 14, 2012

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A word from our friends at WPI:

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is now accepting applications
for the Fall 2012 class of its Master of Science degree in Interactive
Media and Game Development.  The program is designed for students
seeking to extend their education and scholarship in interactive media
and games, game-industry professionals looking to assume leadership
roles, or professionals in closely related fields looking to re-tool
for the game industry.

The degree has both a thesis and a project option, and a choice of
three focus areas: technical, serious games and management.  The WPI
faculty includes teachers and scholars in all aspects of interactive
media and games, as well as three Professors of Practice with
extensive work experience in the game industry.

For more information please visit http://imgd.wpi.edu or contact
Prof. Charles Rich at rich@wpi.edu.

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