Bachelor of Arts in Interactive Media Design

Bachelor of Arts in Interactive Media Design is a radical, groundbreaking, and nationally ranked interactive media program that prepares leaders for the $100 billion interactive media industry. Students benefit from MassDiGI@ Becker College, an industry/education partnership that drives entrepreneurship, academic collaboration, and economic improvement in the Commonwealth’s digital and video game industries. Strong consumer demand for video games and other interactive media in most sectors creates robust career opportunities not only in what is traditionally referred to as game design, but also in the related areas of data translation and user experience.

The Interactive Media Design program offers four concentrations in the areas of Game Arts, Game Design, Game Development and Programming, and Game Production and Management.

The Interactive Media Design program also offers Bachelor of Arts / Master of Fine Arts in Interactive Media Design 4+1. Students enrolled in the 4+1 program will earn both their BA and MFA in five years.

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Becker “Wonder Women” take service trip to Haiti

Published on: April 17, 2019

A group of 17 Becker College students, faculty and staff — all women — recently returned from a service trip to Haiti where they volunteered at the Be Like Brit Foundation’s home for children, Brit’s Home, and helped to build a house for a family in need. “It was such an amazing opportunity to help […]

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Senior Showcase

Published on: April 9, 2019

We are pleased to announce that Becker College will be hosting a Senior Showcase at its Worcester Campus to highlight Becker’s incredibly talented and creative students. The Senior Showcase will be held on Wednesday April 24, 2019.

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Becker in the News: March 2019

Published on: April 8, 2019

Central Mass. college presidents seek collaboration with state on oversight proposals, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, March 31 The region’s private college presidents, including Becker College President Nancy P. Crimmin, have asked for input as state lawmakers consider new reporting mandates for higher education institutions.   Area college roundup, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, March 30 Becker […]