MA Curriculum

Master of Arts in Digital Arts

The Master of Arts (MA) in Digital Arts program focuses on rapidly developing the most in-demand technological skills among its creative students. Students take coursework in management, web development, and creative electives to create a portfolio of work that will attract future employers from a wide variety of fields. Students work closely with faculty familiar with both technology and business while building a diverse network across disciplines. Our students are forming the technology culture of the future: while building connections with other creative professionals throughout the Digital Arts graduate programs, they also have the opportunity to work with students and faculty in the Management, Cultural Sustainability, Environmental Studies, and Creative Nonfiction programs.

Graduation Requirements**  

  • Required core courses (15 credits)
  • Elective courses (15 credits)
  • Capstone project (6 credits)
  • 36 total credits  

Required Core Courses

DA520 Methods & Data Structures (3)

DA615 Digital Media Programming (3)

DA610 Media on the Internet (3)

PMGT605 Digital Ethics and Intellectual Property (3)

PMGT608 Principles of Project Management (3) OR DA618: Agile Software Development (3)

Elective Courses

Elective credits may be satisfied through a combination of Digital Arts (DA) and Management (PMGT) courses. With permission of the academic director, electives from other Goucher graduate programs may also be applied towards the degree.

Digital Arts (DA) course descriptions

Professional Sequence / Management (PMGT) course descriptions

Goucher College also provides inter-departmental dual degree options. For more information or to speak with an academic director, please contact us at graduateprograms@goucher.edu or 1-800-697-4646.