Thursday, Feb 9
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
ATLAS Grad Lab (ATLS 225)
Graduating in May? Thinking about what’s next? ATLAS grad programs offer unique opportunities and this open house is your chance to learn more. Stop by to enjoy free pizza, meet current students and explore (and expand) your options.
How does an anthropology major make her expertise valuable to the tech industry? How does an electrical engineer successfully enter the world of international development?
The transdisciplinary Technology, Media and Society program has two tracks, both of which enable students to broaden their scope and enter rewarding, interdisciplinary careers where creativity, ingenuity and design skills are key to success.
Creative Technology and Design track: Realize your own projects, acquire valuable design and technical skills, learn to build mobile apps and write code. If you are familiar with the popular Technology, Arts and Media program, think of this degree as TAM on steroids.
Information and Communication Technology for Development track: Invent, design and implement technologies in the developing world or marginalized communities in the U.S. Learn about international development from practitioners who understand what it takes to make a lasting difference. Then invent, hack and prototype your solution and make an impact.
The Technology, Media and Society program is a professional MS conferred by the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The program is radically interdisciplinary and applicants from all disciplines are considered.
Interested? Email Ruscha Cohen
Learn more on the TMS website