Graduate programs in creative technology and design (CTD) are radically interdisciplinary, nurturing robust design and technical skills while giving students the maximum flexibility to explore and develop their unique creative visions.

CTD is offered through the ATLAS Institute, where faculty interests are broad, spanning fields like e-textiles, human-robot interaction, game design and engineering at the molecular level. CTD graduate students hail from a wide range of academic disciplines, including computer science, engineering, art, the humanities, the natural sciences, music and design.

Graduates of the MS program most often pursue careers in design, technology and social impact fields. Graduates of the doctoral program work as researchers in industry and government, and as faculty members in academia. 

For those seeking an exciting interdisciplinary graduate experience surrounded by a vibrant academic community of creative designers, engineers and inventors, ATLAS is the place.

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 PhD, Professional MS
GRE required for PhD applicants only 
 Fall: December 1 (PhD), April 15 (Professional MS)