New Media Interactive Development BS
New media are ever-changing forms of digital communication that engage, immerse, and entertain users, from social networks to wearable computing and more.
- Bachelor of Science
- Approximately 87 students are in enrolled in this program
Cooperative Education & Experiential Education Component
- Co-op is mandatory for this program.
- Minimum co-op requirement: 10 weeks in summer; 12 week in fall or spring
- Co-op availability: second-year through fourth-year fall through summer
Salary InformationCo-op: $17.54 $12.50 - $25.00
Student Skills & CapabilitiesStudents in New Media Interactive Development (NMID) gain a solid background in programming and computing technologies, experience with design and layout, and the development of media-rich experiences. NMID students spend their first two years learning essential new media concepts and skills with their peers from the New Media Design. They gain experience in concept development, programming, animation, interactivity, interaction design, multimedia project development, and other topics. In the junior year, students will work with their faculty and academic advisors to select a series of free and advanced electives to focus on a variety of areas, e.g., interaction design, rich-media web application development, data visualization, social and mobile applications, physical and surface computing, audio, and casual games. In the senior year, students from both New Media majors work collaboratively on a capstone, team project that tackles real-world new media challenges. This culminating hands-on learning experience provides an opportunity for students to hone their skills in teams. The project yields an impressive portfolio piece, which helps to attract potential employers. NMID gain further real-life work experience via two required co-ops that take place before graduation.
Equipment & FacilitiesStudents can access facilities found throughout the College of Computing and the MAGIC building. These labs are equipped with a variety hardware from Alienware® to ensure a mix of several processor types, hardware configurations, the Adobe® and Autodesk® production suites, the Android Studio IDE, MacOS computer hardware, the Xcode IDE, graphics boards from competing vendors in a true development and testing environment, and other industry standard development tools.
Job TitlesApplication Developer, Associate Developer – Front End Web, Developer, Front End Developer, IT Specialist, Jr. UX Designer, Software Engineer
Selected Employer Hiring PartnersHelios Interactive, Mission Data, Pratt & Whitney, iStrategyLabs, Jebbit, Ahold-Delhaize
Contact UsWe appreciate your interest in your career and we will make every effort to help you succeed. Feel free to contact Amanda Thau, the career services coordinator who works with the New Media Interactive Development program. For your convenience, you can access information and services through our web site at https://www.rit.edu/careerservices.
Rochester Institute of Technology . Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education
Bausch & Lomb Center
57 Lomb Memorial Drive . Rochester NY 14623-5603
Tuesday, 03 December 2019 Posted in Computing and Information Sciences, B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences