Kelly McGowan '19
Now a visual designer at IBM, McGowan mixes technology and tradition in pursuing her creative passions.
This pioneering program merges traditional studio experiences with hands-on learning, molding students 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.
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