Master of Arts in Digital Arts

Goucher’s flexible M.A. in Digital Arts is designed for students who want to develop a broad base of creative and organizational skills in interactive design, multimedia production, creative technology, and entrepreneurship.

Online Information Sessions

Join Andrew Bernstein, director of our M.F.A. in Art & Technology program, and Lexi Rudolph, assistant director of recruitment, as they discuss the program and the unique online and flexible format. Webinar - Thursday, April 25, 6 p.m. EST 

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You will master the fundamental principles of interactive and networked media while taking electives that develop your skills in graphic and user interface design, animation, audio and video production, and game design and development. Management courses will prepare you to take control of your career, find an audience for your work, and bring a unique skill set to collaborations. You will graduate with a portfolio of work to support your professional ambitions, and prepared with the critical thinking skills to find your place in an ever-shifting economy, or blaze a path for others to follow.

Career Focused

Students in the M.A. in Digital Arts master the fundamentals of their craft and build the capacity to work across disciplines. Our graduates work as web and software designers and developers, graphic designers, broadcast and media producers, arts educators, entrepreneurs, and in the non-profit sector.


The M.A. in Digital Arts can be completed fully online with the option to attend bi-annual on-campus residencies. Our rigorous 7-week online classes are taught by active artists and designers trained in best practices of online learning. Through multimedia online classrooms, you’ll engage in a dialogue with classmates and faculty as you develop your work.

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    WATCH NOW: "The further I get into this major, I just, I just want to do everything." -Precious Kollock '17 | M.A. in Digital Arts

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    WATCH NOW: "As a visual artist, the typical format for that field is that we work alone, so the residency was key for me." -Elizabeth Thomas-Capello '18 | M.A. in Digital Arts