We are delighted to announce that we are now offering an online counterpart to our much sought-after Integrated Digital Media Master’s program!

Our MS Integrated Digital Media (IDM) program has a strong focus on research, allowing students to delve into one or more areas of interest, including assistive technology, augmented reality, and human-computer interaction – just to name a few.

The IDM Master’s bridges the gap between technology and science with new and established media. With the emergence of technologies such as wearable tech and VR/AR the possibilities and industries that benefit are limitless. From art to health to marketing to media, there is a place here for people with all interests.

In order to keep improving the program, we encourage students to offer their feedback and thoughts. Here are some of those thought from students who took our online courses.

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“Creative Coding was an excellent course online; Kevin Siwoff’s online learning modules were easy to follow, and homework and projects were clearly defined. Having the class materials available immediately allowed for self-paced learning. “
– Debbi Litt

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“I took the media law online course and found it to be really effective. I took some classes from the comfort of my home and the professors made sure that everyone’s questions were answered and we interacted well even while being remote.”
– Raksha Ravimohan

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"I was able to be a student at IDM and keep my full time job, and I wasn’t alone in doing so. IDM gave me the ability to grow and explore without forcing me to sideline my career."
                                                                                                   - Marissa Wilkins
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"I decided to get a master’s degree because I was unsatisfied with both my career path, and what I was doing at the time, and I saw NYU as a great way to advance my career in a quick way. Fortunately I was right."
                                                                                                        - Davon Larson

You can read more on our NYU page.

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