Master of Science in Digital Arts and Sciences

Computer Design

Students who wish to pursue a degree in Digital Arts and Sciences should read Next Generation Computer Science. The CISE Faculty Advisor for the DAS program is Jeremiah Blanchard.

The philosophy behind the MS-DAS program is somewhat different than the BS-DAS. In MS-DAS, students take a core of six credits (Graphics, Simulation) and then can take additional computer science and art courses to finish their degrees. To apply to the MS-DAS graduate program, you will need to follow the same procedures for applying to the Graduate Program.

For further information on MS-DAS, please contact Jeremiah Blanchard or visit the CISE Student Services Center (E405 CSE Building).