New media studies (NMS) is an interdisciplinary field that examines the processes and platforms through which the digital encoding of various media operates and circulates. New media studies also focuses on how digitally encoded media products are combined into “new” media forms, such as websites, webcasts, interactive games, graphic designs, and sales and technical information. Put simply, we study ways to both create and better understand content strategies, web and interactive design and development, and the transformation of visual and written communication on digital platforms and in digital culture more broadly.
2014-15 Graduate Assistantships and Fellowship
Applications for 2014-15 NMS Graduate Assistantships and Fellowship are now available. *DEADLINE EXTENDED to Friday, May 9, 2014*.
Prospective Student Information Session
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences arranges information sessions for prospective students in the College’s graduate programs. Click here to see the day and time for the upcoming information session for New Media Studies, at which you’ll have an opportunity to speak with the program’s director about how NMS can help you meet your academic and career goals.