The Advanced Graduate Certificate in Media, Art, Culture, and Technology (MACT) offers graduate students an interdisciplinary grounding in the historical and theoretical study of media, art, culture, and technology.
The MACT graduate certificate is designed to complement a graduate student’s primary degree by supporting research that traverses traditional academic methods and objects of inquiry in the humanities. Bringing together faculty and graduate students with diverse expertise in media, art, culture, and technology, the MACT certificate supports work at the dynamic intersections of these evolving fields. A list of MACT-eligible courses is updated each semester before enrollment deadlines. Contact MediaArtCultureTechnology at gmail for more information.
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Graduate Program Director in Art History & Criticism: Brooke Belisle
Graduate Secretary: Lisa Perez