Games and Interactive Media, Minor

Chairperson: Amanda Keeler, Ph.D.

The Games and Interactive Media minor prepares students to work in a variety of employment positions and industries that utilize real-time virtual production. Alongside the software, hardware and media equipment knowledge, students also study media history, the media industry, and the social and cultural implications of video games and real-time virtual production technology. Ultimately, the minor offers students the ability to learn about a technology that is rapidly expanding into many different industries.