Post Graduation survey results from ETC students who completed degree requirements during the December 2016, May 2017 and August 2017 semesters.
ETC Graduate Concentrations
Students can declare a graduate concentration that they attempt to earn by taking specific sets of courses to graduate with a Master of Entertainment Technology with a concentration in a distinct area. While not a required nor direct part of the degree, these concentrations enable students to focus their electives. In order to earn a concentration, students have to take three approved elective courses for the stated concentration, and make a B+ or above in each course. Students can work with the ETC faculty to plan out the courses that best line up with their professional development goals.
The ETC offers four graduate concentrations:
- Game Design
- Themed Entertainment
- Interactive Storytelling
- Leadership & Innovation
ETC Graduate Concentrations were started in 2015 Fall Semester. Page updated 11/15/17 ( to include a course listing and Leadership & Innovation concentration)