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The University of Texas at Dallas Doctor of Philosophy in Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication
The University of Texas at Dallas

Doctor of Philosophy in Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication

Richardson, USA

4 Years

English

Full time

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Aug 2024

USD 18,276 / per semester

On-Campus

Introduction

The Ph.D. program in Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (A.T.E.C.) is designed for those who wish to engage in deep scholarship or to develop artistic, cultural, or commercial applications of digital technology and emerging media. With a diverse group of faculty and a curriculum that integrates scholarly study with creative practice, A.T.E.C. cultivates creative scholars, scholarly practitioners, and interdisciplinary researchers.

A.T.E.C. Ph.D. students have backgrounds in a variety of relevant fields and are grouped into transdisciplinary cohorts for their first year of coursework, where they investigate foundational theories, questions, and methods that underlie the study of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication. Additional coursework is used to practice methods and explore individual interests, including up to 15 hours in courses from other Schools at UT Dallas.

Ph.D. students are expected to participate in the rich, intellectual life of A.T.E.C., including the Dean’s Colloquium speaker series and a vibrant lab and studio culture.

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