Department of Media and Information
Graduate students in Media and Information use the latest tools and advanced learning spaces to gain a solid foundation for their future career, setting themselves apart from students of other media graduate programs. With cutting-edge technology at your fingertips, you'll learn how individuals, groups and organizations design, use and consume media and information.
In this three-course graduate certificate program, you'll gain insights into serious game theories, design, development and human-centered design. Take classes completely online or through hybrid courses and learn the current and future landscape of serious game design.
Dr Bianca (Bibi) Reisdorf is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media & Information of the College of Communication Arts & Sciences and as of August 2016 also the Assistant Director of the Quello Center. She joined the Quello Center as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in mid-August 2015.
Rabindra (“Robby”) Ratan is an Assistant Professor and AT&T Scholar at Michigan State University’s Department of Media and Information. He is also an affiliated faculty member of the College of Education’s program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology.
Rick Wash is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University in the School of Journalism and the Department of Media and Information. His work involves understanding how people think about their interactions with computers, and their interactions with other people through computers, with a particular focus on security and collaborative systems.