Get hands-on working experiences, hone your real-world skills. As a production-focused program, we are committed to helping students with the best opportunities for professional development.
The "high concept" behind both the center and the master's program is the principle of having interdisciplinary groups working together on projects to produce – for a real client – new processes, tools and vision for storytelling and entertainment.
Time to get your hands dirty!
The central part of the EIC curriculum is the project course. Students will get an opportunity to be in small and interdisciplinary teams, developing interactive projects. This is also a great opportunity to work with partners and sponsors who are among the top in the industries
EIC Projects occur in 3 ways:
Client Sponsored – in which an external group supports a project on which an EIC team will work.
EIC Research – in which a faculty member has a research idea on which an EIC team can work.
Student Pitch – in which a group of students go through the EIC pitch process and get approved.
Our faculty and staff work to offer projects that resonate with students
The EIC provides career service support and professional development advice. We also regularly surveys the student body in order to get regular student input on project interests as related to career goals, to help shape the types of projects offered for the upcoming semesters.
The core of the Eic
"Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work" – Stephen King
The heart of the program is to learn, work and play. We focus on communication and collaboration, challenging students to learn about leadership, teamwork, innovation and positive social impact. To explore more about the EIC's unique curriculum: