Radically interdisciplinary in approach, the Technology, Media and Society graduate program invites students to move fluidly between technical and social domains, blurring traditional boundaries between art, engineering and science through the creative application of technologies and design. The program includes two professional master’s tracks and a Ph.D. program.
The ATLAS Master of Science in Technology, Media and Society in the College of Engineering and Applied Science includes two professional master’s degree tracks:
The Creative Technologies and Design (CTD) track prepares students for careers in creative technology and design, offering a trans-disciplinary curriculum that integrates technology skills with a critical, theoretical, and historical understanding of technology, media and the arts. More»
The Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICTD) track prepares students to effectively leverage information and communication technology in support of underserved communities, in the US and around the world. More»
The ATLAS Interdisciplinary PhD in Technology, Media, and Society attracts highly motivated students whose interests at the intersections of technology, media and society are not met by traditional disciplinary PhD programs. More»