Visit the Computing in the Arts website to learn more about how to Major in Computing in the Arts.
CITA students create, design and code new creativity tools for the future. From contemporary music, art and theatre production, to creating new forms of animation and digital media, to invigorating the visual and audio systems of tomorrow’s computers, and inventing revolutionary Internet Web apps and mobile applications, this program prepares students for graduate school and for productive careers in the information and arts industries.
The CITA program is partially supported by the National Science Foundation and Google.
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Art History – Marian Mazzone
Computer Science – Bill Manaris
Computer Science – Chris Starr
Music – Yiorgos Vassilandonakis
Studio Art – Jarod Charzewski
Theatre – Susan Kattwinkel
Take such courses as Building Virtual Worlds, Game Programming, and Computers, Music and Art.
Accept an internship that matches your computationally creative direction.
Create a portfolio of experiences for graduate school, an industry position, or a start-up company.
(Visit the Theatre Research Guide for more resources)