Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) is an institution offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the digital arts. Founded in 2001, the college is located in the Florida coastal city of Boca Raton. The school also offers programs which are taught completely online. DMAC combines artistic techniques with state-of-the-art technology to create programs which are consistent with industry trends. Areas of study include mobile gaming design, graphic design, computer animation, web design and development. Students are awarded associate, bachelor's or master's degrees upon completion.
DMAC's degrees are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.
The faculty at Digital Media Arts College is comprised of industry experts with the highest level of academic credentials (i.e., terminal degrees). Instructors have industry experience at companies like Sega, Sony and Kodak. They incorporate their real-world experience into their classroom instruction, allowing students to gain industry-relevant knowledge and insights that can be used in their future careers. Class sizes remain small, allowing for close student-teacher interaction.
DMAC has arrangements with EDURent to assist students in finding local housing. The company can further assist students with finding funds to pay for their housing as well as pairing them with potential roommates. DMAC's campus is equipped with a motion capture art studio, sound recording room, render farms, and computer labs. Campus life offers a wide variety of activities including team competitions, student events, social mixers, workshops, guest speakers, and student government. The surrounding area allows students to participate in South Florida's numerous artistic events and activities including live theatre, film festivals, and art galleries. The Career Services Department assists students with job placement after graduation. Alumni are allowed to audit any DMAC class at no additional cost.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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