The goal of the DigiPen MFA in Digital Arts is to develop industry-quality graduates who have an innovative, creative, and sincere point of view. As such, the MFA thesis is a body of work that demonstrates the MFA candidate’s professional level of expertise with industry tools and showcases their unique voice in digital media.
This rigorously researched and produced project, which requires a written and oral thesis defense, serves as a fitting capstone for the candidate’s hard work and study in the MFA program. Past thesis projects have explored everything from computer-generated animated filmmaking to physically fabricated action figures and more.
This page highlights a small sample of prior MFA thesis work.