Admission & Aid
When you pursue a degree in Emergent Digital Practices, you explore the new and future possibilities in art, design and technology. We welcome undergraduate and graduate students who want to explore and critique digital design, new media, art and technology. Learn more about our application process and explore your financial aid options.
Undergraduate Admission & Aid
Major or Minor in Emergent Digital Practices
BA or Minor
You'll explore the historical contexts of digital culture and technology while creating projects that support community needs across disciplines, including projects employing data visualization, digital fabrication and other media.
Our Bachelor of Fine Arts gives you the opportunity to delve deeply into the world of digital arts and design, exploring the possibilities of creative technology, interactive art and other new media while displaying your work in public spaces.
Graduate Admission & Aid
All accepted students are automatically considered for the following scholarships, based on eligibility.
- The Klingenstein Scholarship, established in 2008 in honor of Richard S. Klingenstein, '72, is awarded yearly to an incoming graduate student based on merit and need. Recipients are designated as Klingenstein Scholars.
- The Fairfield Scholarship, a shared scholarship fund between EDP and SAAH, is used to support graduate students in the creative arts. The scholarship is awarded yearly based on merit and need.
Pursue a Master's Degree in Emergent Digital Practices
You'll explore the cultural and historical dynamics of digital arts, design and technology in the MA degree. Building on the knowledge of your undergraduate degree field, you'll investigate new opportunities to engage technologies to make change through media such as creative coding, experience design and video art.
In the MFA, you'll create publicly engaged work to share in museums, galleries and other public spaces. Focusing on projects ranging from virtual reality to immersive installations, you'll finish your degree with a public solo exhibition of your work. With this degree, you'll develop the skills you need to teach.