The Digital Narrative and Interactive Design (DNID) major harnesses the narrative, world-building, and media studies strengths of the English department and the coding, software development, and human computer interface strengths of the School of Computing and Information. Students will learn how to build interactive narrative systems through games, literature, virtual reality environments, and other media experiences in a variety of fields. This major is operated jointly by the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences (DSAS) and the School of Computing and Information (SCI). It offers training that builds a solid foundation in Writing, Composition, Computer Science, and Information Science.
For full major requirement details, visit the Digital Narrative and Interactive Design course catalog.