Technology, Arts & Media Program Info Session

Do you love designing and inventing things? Are you part engineer and part artist? Do you seek a career that requires both technical skill and creativity?

Students graduating from the Technology, Arts & Media (TAM) program are prepared for technical careers in a wide range of creative fields. Through a curriculum that emphasizes project-based coursework, students develop engineering, design and critical thinking skills, making them uniquely versatile. With broad skill sets, they are prepared to tackle complex projects that span multiple domains.

 TAM graduates are prepared for a wide range of careers:

  • motion graphics and animation
  • interactive design
  • UI/UX
  • AR/VR
  • digital content production
  • web design and development
  • computer graphics & visual communication
  • gaming and simulation
  • experience design
  • digital sound and electronic music
  • mobile app design and development 

The TAM major is an option for students in the College of Engineering; the TAM minor is open to all undergraduate students. 

Attend a spring 2019 info session to learn more:

  • Tues, Jan 29th from 11-12 in ATLS 233
  • Weds, Feb 13th from 11-12 in ATLS 208
  • Thurs, Feb 28th from 1-2 in ATLS 208
  • Fri, Mar 8th from 10-11 in ATLS 208
  • Mon, Mar 11th from 12-1 in ATLS 208

More info: 


Monday, March 11, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Roser ATLAS Center, ATLS 233 (Jan. 29 only); ATLS 208 (All other dates)
1125 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80309