A new undergraduate degree track of the Communication BS offered by the Department of Language, Literature, and Communication at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. It is one of the first programs of its kind in the United States.

EMAC offers courses from Arts and LL&C departments combining the strengths of LL&C's Communication and Rhetoric degrees (BS, M.S., and PhD) with Arts' world-famous iEAR Studios and MFA degree. It has a state-of-the art EMAC Studio which supports nonlinear digital video editing, electronic music, and 3-D rendering and animation.

EMAC prepares students for new careers opened by the electronic revolution in communication, media, and the infotainment industry.


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Media Arts Studio Introduction to Communication Processes Rhetoric and Writing Art, Technology and Society Cyber Arts Creative Writing
Computer Music Virtual Reality and Science Fiction Art of the Film Computer-Mediated Communication Video Art Writing to the World Wide Web
Computer Art Technical and Professional Communication Hypermedia Interactive Arts Programming TV Eye Writing for Electronic Media


"Mohawk Baby" by Dug North, ©1995.

This space is reserved to highlight work produced by students in iEAR and LL&C. If you would like to nominate a student for this showcase, send email to any faculty member or to the person currently maintaining this web site.

For more information or to contact EMAC staff, email us at emac@rpi.edu or call (518) 276-2029.

This Site was chosen as Best of RPInfo for January 1996.

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Site designed and maintained by Christine Boese, boesec@rpi.edu.
Written with Brannon Golden, Josh Horton, Wendy McCandless, and Sheila Walsh.

Welcome | Curriculum | Studio | Careers | Students | Faculty | LL&C | iEAR | Admissions