Student Portfolios

The most tangible demonstration of success in MFA studies is a portfolio of accomplishments that students carry into job interviews, positions in industry, and their careers. The MFA curriculum gives students direct experience in practices for researching, designing and prototyping, collaborating and communicating, all of which are reflected in their portfolios.

This body of work is the primary conversation starter with organizations that anxiously need interaction design expertise and acts as a gateway to jobs right after graduation. The MFA portfolio lays the foundation of documenting career-long accomplishments.

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