Major in Interactive Media

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Program Description

Interactive Media is, to date the most advanced form of communication. Prior forms of media have come together with layers of interaction to give the viewer/consumer/user an active role in the content. The Internet, social media, video games, and apps are only the beginning. The stage is set for Interactive Media to positively affect essentially every human endeavor. MTSU’s Bachelor of Science in Interactive Media degree is designed to help students embrace this world of new possibilities with hands-on skills built on a foundation of concept and theory to not only succeed in this exciting field, but to help invent it.

This program is approved for the Academic Common Market.

Last updated Aug 2020

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Offering 300+ undergraduate and graduate degrees of study in diverse disciplines that prepare students for high-demand careers. Many of our programs have earned national and, sometimes, international ... Read More

Offering 300+ undergraduate and graduate degrees of study in diverse disciplines that prepare students for high-demand careers. Many of our programs have earned national and, sometimes, international recognition for excellence. A highly-trained and dedicated group of faculty members not only prepare our students for their first job, but for careers that might not yet exist. Gaining a comprehensive education, instead of only specializing in one skill that could become less important a decade or two from now, that actually prepares students to handle diverse challenges of the job market. Middle Tennessee State University has been named one of the best places to earn an undergraduate degree in the nation by The Princeton Review, which called it “a go-to choice for those wishing to receive a quality and affordable education.” In past years, MTSU has been included in the review’s list of top schools in the Southeast. The university remains on the regional list by virtue of its inclusion on the review’s top national list. Added Provost Mark Byrnes, the university’s chief academic officer, “This reflects the hard work of our faculty and staff in helping our students succeed, as well as the almost $1 billion in improvements and new construction put forward on our campus.” Read less