The Interactive Media Design & Computing program combines computing, art and communication.


The Mount is no longer accepting students to this program.
Please visit the 
Web & Mobile App Development – Graphic Design Track program page to explore similar career-readiness opportunities.

Digital media has changed the way the world communicates. Media such as radio, television, music, film, telecommunication, computers and the Internet are evolving at a rapid pace. New forms of media are emerging.

The Interactive Media Design and Computing program prepares students for the new digital arena. The curriculum combines hands-on experience with cutting-edge industry-standard software for designing and editing audio and visual media.

Why major in IMDC at the Mount?

  • Small class sizes, personal attention and a welcoming atmosphere for a healthy learning environment
  • Coursework that promotes advanced problem solving skills that are coveted by employers
  • Hands on training with cutting-edge technologies
  • Individual research as well as co-op experience to prepare you for your future career
  • Tailored curriculum that integrates concepts from computer science, graphic design, art and communications to form solutions to problems
  • Course projects and research that promote transforming ideas into innovative computer applications

After the Mount?

With an Interactive Media Design and Computing degree from Mount St. Joseph University, students have a variety of exciting career opportunities to choose from including:

Graduate School

  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Science
  • Web Development
  • Animation & Simulation
  • Interactive Media & Game Development

Additional Resources

  Faculty and Staff

Dennis Gibson
Assistant Professor, Computer Science Program Director

  2020-2021 Undergraduate Rate Sheet [PDF] (69 KB)

View a complete listing of tuition, fees, and other costs associated with undergraduate study at the University.

Department Page

Department of Computing

As a computing student, you will develop computing abilities while benefiting from the breadth of a liberal arts education