Digital Media (MS)
Applicants are encouraged to follow the portfolio guidelines carefully and submit materials that strengthen their application. The portfolio must be completed in SlideRoom.
The Digital Media Graduate Admissions Committee is examining your work for originality, creative problem solving, systematic thinking, and production skills within the context of digital media creation and/or research.
Please be mindful to submit work that best represents why you are a strong candidate for the Digital Media program. The committee is not seeking a particular type of work; also, we do not require examples of digital work. Any and all media are acceptable. Instead of or in addition to a traditional portfolio, you may submit alternative creative practices such as one scholarly article, a grant proposal, or business plan.
Portfolios must consist of one to five pieces with a total running time that may not exceed 10 minutes. Annotate each piece with the title, size, running time, date, medium, tools used, and any other relevant information. For collaborative works, it is important to identify and describe your roles and contributions within the creative process. If the work is not in English, please include subtitles.
Please direct inquiries regarding the portfolio for the Digital Media MS and PhD to:
Department Head, Digital Media
Program Director, Graduate Digital Media