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Master of Fine Arts in Interactive Media

Becker College is ranked #6 nationally among schools offering a Game Design MFA program.

We designed the Master of Fine Arts degree at Becker College to allow students to customize their graduate learning experience while fully exploring their passion for interactive media using Beckers’ innovative studio-based curriculum. This gives students access to real hands-on experience while following their own vision to design and develop an advanced thesis project.

Our program was designed to be flexible with classes that take place on just one day each week, allowing students the opportunity to work full time while continuing their education to master the tools, theory, and practice associated with their chosen area of interest.

This rigorous 60-credit program is intended to prepare students for careers in the highly competitive and ever-changing fields of game development and interactive media. A Masters in Fine Art is a terminal degree in this field which opens up career paths in higher education, teaching and research. 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 can obtain both their BA and MFA in just five years.


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Becker College women’s soccer wins award

Published on: September 28, 2020

The Becker College women’s soccer team has been awarded a United Soccer Coaches (USC) Team Academic Award. This is the first time that the Becker women’s soccer team has won the award. The USC recognizes soccer programs at both the collegiate and high school levels, recognizing outstanding performance in the classroom.

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Art exhibit to feature work by professor, alumni

Published on: September 18, 2020

A trio of artists with Becker ties are taking part in Preservation Worcester’s Architectural Heritage Exhibition, which runs through Tuesday, Nov. 24 at The Park View Room, 230 Park Avenue, Worcester.  The exhibit will feature artwork by Becker College Professor Scott Niemi and his sons, Becker alumni Andrew and Jonathan Niemi ’14.

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Becker student holds game development webinars

Published on: September 14, 2020

When Becker College senior Jacob Siegel’s summer internship was cancelled due to the global pandemic, he decided to use the time putting together a series of summer webinars—a project that he called the Game Dev Explorer program—with the goal of giving students an insider look at the game industry.

UPDATED! Fall Plans: August 2020Click here