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Fine Arts in New Media

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in New Media is a professional program that focuses on the production of digital new media, interactive games, intelligent environments, virtual and augmented realities, virtual film production, music, and multimedia installation for experimental, artistic and professional intent. The curriculum includes courses in new and interactive media including game design and production, virtual production, creative coding, electronic music and multimedia installation. In the final semester, students produce an industry-standard creative thesis project to be presented publicly and archived in UT library's institutional repository.


Spiderman into the Spider-verse

Still frame of student interactive video and game

Pokemon

Still frame of student interactive video and game

Video game with amphibians

Still frame of student interactive video and game

Apple Watch with fitness stats on display

Still frame of student interactive video and game

video game program outline

Still frame of student interactive video and game

A person presenting at a conference.

Students graduating with this degree will seek careers as creative tech-data industry professionals.

Students working at large Mac computers

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in New Media is a professional program that focuses on designing and creating applications for interactive media, mobile platforms and the internet for artistic, experimental and/or commercial intent.

Student using a machine in the digital fabrication lab.

Students have access to tools from UT's digital fabrication lab, or Fab Lab.

Professor leading a class

Topics of study include a variety of themes, such as animation for interactivity and gaming, digital media, and augmented and virtual reality.

UT's digital fabrication lab, or Fab Lab.

UT's Fab Lab has many tools, including laser cutters, 3D printers, computer numerical control (CNC) routers and large format printers.