Entertainment Arts and Engineering

The U’s Entertainment Arts and Engineering (EAE) has been ranked number one for its undergraduate program and number two for its graduate program by the Princeton Review.

“We are gratified that our exceptional faculty, studio setting and the outstanding work of our students combine to put us at the top of this innovative academic discipline,” says Robert Kessler, director of the EAE program and professor of computer science at the University of Utah. “The interdisciplinary and scholarly approach we began in 2007 is working, and we’re pleased to be so recognized.”

EAE is a joint effort of Utah’s College of Engineering and College of Fine Arts. Students work in the areas of video games, computer animation, film and special effects and work together throughout their academic careers, which is the norm in the industry.

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“Entertainment Arts and Engineering Tops the Charts” in the U News Center

“University of Utah’s video game design program No. 1 in nation” in the Salt Lake Tribune

“Top Game Design Programs” in the Princeton Review

EAE Program Website