Master of Fine Arts in Interactive Media

Becker College is ranked #6 nationally among schools offering a Game Design MFA program.  This rigorous 60-credit program is intended to prepare students for careers in the highly competitive and ever-changing field of game design. A Masters in Fine Art is a terminal degree in this field. The cornerstone of the MFA program at Becker College is Advanced Game Studio work, in which the student, under the direction of experienced mentors, completes an original interactive media project based on their own personal skill sets and vision. The MFA program may be completed in two years for students who hold a relevant BS/BA degree. Students enrolled in Becker College’s Game+ program will obtain both their BA and MFA in five years.

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Becker students demo games at Expo

Published on: February 14, 2019

Becker College students and MassDiGI staff recently took part in Playcrafting Boston’s Winter Play Expo at Microsoft New England in Cambridge. The event, which attracted an estimated 700 attendees, gave the students the opportunity to demonstrate some of their Live Studio and Marketing Lab projects and get feedback from a wide range of players. Live Studio, a unique course at Becker taught […]

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World Day of Social Justice Event

Published on: February 13, 2019

Becker College invites the community to campus to celebrate World Day of Social Justice on Wednesday, February 20, 2019.  Worcester city leaders will join the Becker faculty, staff, and students to discuss the social justice initiatives happening locally. The United Nations declared February 20th as World Day of Social Justice in 2007 and its observance started in […]

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Becker College Students Excel On Veterinary Technician Exam

Published on: February 8, 2019

Becker College is pleased to announce an 88% pass rate on the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE), well exceeding the national average of 60% for the November to December test period.