Founded in interdisciplinary and hands-on learning, Stevens' visual arts and technology program empowers students to grow into technological experts and passionate artists.

By combining their imagination with the rigor of a Stevens education, students launch themselves into early career success. It's the breadth and depth of the visual arts and technology program that helps graduates land positions in a wide range of creative fields, and today, our alumni work as software engineers, video game developers, UI/UX designers, creative directors and more.

Students pursuing their bachelor's degree choose between four concentrations: creative computation, design, game design, and moving image. Students throughout Stevens can also earn a minor in visual arts and technology.

Featured photo by: Jacob Stillman '19

Careers in Visual Arts & Technology

Here are some examples of where recent Visual Arts & Technology majors started their careers:

Systems Engineer, Scholastic Inc.

Creative Director, VaynerMedia

UI/UX Designer, 72 Pixels

Founder, Game Revenant

Junior Design Consultant, Vita Coco

Graduate Study, Royal College of Art, London

Software Engineer, BuzzFeed

CORE Technology Associate, Comcast

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