In an effort to give its students a better chance to succeed, Clemson University in Charleston, South Carolina has expanded its offerings to include a Digital Production Arts (DPA) Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree.
The courses for the new degree will be taught in the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center, which is still under construction and is located adjacent to Clemson's Restoration Institute (CURI) campus in the south end of the former Naval Base.
The facility is expected to be completed in the spring of 2016. classes for the DPA MFA program will begin the following fall.
The new major will offer students courses the blend art, technology and science. They will learn computer language while using the latest digital techniques. Courses related to the major will cover visual arts, computer science, theater and film studies.
More information about the DPA MFA and all Clemson's programs is available online at www.clemson.edu/.
Clemson University is ranked among the top 25 national public universities by U.S. News & World Report. It's a public coed land grant-, science- and engineering-oriented research university with approximately 17,500 students in Clemson, South Carolina.