The wide range of applications for computer graphics has created a need for professionals who are highly skilled in the technology of computer graphics. And the scope of this interdisciplinary field is as varied as the imagination. Graduates of our master’s program have applied their expertise in instructional design, engineering, graphic design, cognitive psychology, human factors, visualization, and management, to name a few.
In an effort to promote intellectual inquiry and stimulate a recognized body of applied research, graduate study in computer graphics in the Department of Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue is designed to focus on four broadly based, interrelated branches: imaging and geometry; visualization and interaction; communication and learning; and research and development.
Graduate research experience provides access to a variety of researchers and scientists and will enhance your skills and expose you to additional technologies. The department is constantly updating the curriculum, facilities, and equipment in order to provide students with the most current and relevant educational experience.
Two degrees in five years: earn your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer graphics technology in only five years with a special plan of study.