Digital Media Arts & Engineering

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Digital Media Arts & Engineering (DMAE) brings world-class instruction, multidisciplinary learning, and the first master’s degree program in digital media to the state of Louisiana. With both an undergraduate minor and a master’s degree, you can determine how far to progress in the field. DMAE is a must-have for those interested in game development, film effects, animation, Web development, and all forms of digital media.

The DMAE program is housed within the LSU Center for Computation & Technology located on LSU’s campus in the new Digital Media Center, a state-of-the-art, $29.3 million facility that is shared with Electronic Art’s North American Test Center.

Work with a diverse group of digital artists, programmers, musicians, and researchers who are here to help you develop your ideas into the future of media. Imagine, collaborate, create, develop, and surpass your wildest imagination.

For more information about DMAE, visit dmae.lsu.edu.

Master in Digital Media Arts & Engineering

The Master in Digital Media Arts & Engineering (DMAE) is an interdisciplinary program involving the College of Art & Design and the College of Engineering. DMAE is an intensive, two-year master’s degree that employs a practice-driven approach to produce polished outcomes designed to meet industry needs. The courses explore cutting-edge developments in video games, interactive design, visual effects, and animation.

Apply now: master.dmae.lsu.edu

Minor in Digital Media Arts & Engineering

The Digital Media Arts & Engineering minor is a collaborative endeavor with seven campus units at LSU. These include:

  • School of Art
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Department of English
  • Manship School of Mass Communication
  • School of Music

DMART Minor (21 hours)

  • DMART minor is an arts-oriented program
  • Six hours of required coursework
  • Twelve hours of electives, including three art courses in digital media and one technological course in digital media
  • Three-hour capstone course

DMAET Minor (21 hours)

  • DMAET minor is a technology-oriented program
  • Six hours of required coursework
  • Twelve hours of electives, including three technology courses in digital media and one art course in digital media
  • Three-hour capstone course

Contact your academic advisor to declare your minor or register for classes.