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MS in Digital Production Arts

The Master of Science (MS) in Digital Production Arts (DPA) Program is a technical professional degree aimed at producing graduates who intend to seek employment in the software development of the electronic arts industry. Its focus includes the technical components of visual effects production for the film, electronic games, and commercial video industries. The MS in DPA is designed primarily to attract technically-minded students interested in learning applied technical knowledge and gaining the related experience to become competitive and pursue employment as a 3D graphics programmer, software engineer, tool builder, and/or technical director in the digital production entertainment industry, but interest may also include related fields, such as commercial virtual reality, 3D printing, and visualization.

The MS requires 30 credit hours and has both a thesis and a non-thesis option.

DPA MS students have the option to study in either Clemson (McAdams Hall) or Charleston (Zucker Family Graduate Education Center), SC.

For more information on the MS in DPA, please visit www.clemson.edu/dpa/msindpa.