world of computer graphics. We graduate students who are prepared to move into influential industry positions such as technical directors, project directors, creative directors and animation supervisors, as well as students who pursue graduate studies and research.
The minimum requirements for the BSE degree in Digital Media Design are:
 • Six Mathematics courses
 • Four Natural Science courses
 • Twelve Computer Science courses
 • Five Communications courses
 • Five Fine Arts courses
 • Social Science, Humanities or Technology in Business and Society courses
 • Two Free Electives
The DMD Program includes a capstone Senior Design project.  Interactions with the Penn computer graphics research community are encouraged.
Facilities associated with the DMD program include the Center for Human Modeling and Simulation, industry-standard software systems and tools, and the LiveActor Studio, a combined motion capture and 3D immersion facility.
Electrical Engineering
The spectrum of activities within the purview of a modern electrical engineer is extremely broad and is becoming in many arenas increasingly interdisciplinary in character. It embraces electrical and optical technologies, nanotechnologies and their diverse applications.  The
faculty in Electrical & Systems Engineering at Penn represents the major areas of EE. With many cross linkages with the faculties of the other departments in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, EE provides a diverse palate of exciting activity and opportunity. Here the student will find academic and research activity ranging across such fields as telecommunications, imaging, remote sensing, microelectronics and systems on a chip, information acquisition and processing, biologically inspired systems, image and speech processing, robotics, video coding, neural computation, self-organizing systems, electro-magnetics and photonics, electronic materials, and silicon micromechanics and nano-fluidics.
Critical for experimental research, the department’s Microfabrication Facility provides a key resource in which semi-conductor materials can be processed into various electronic and mechanical structures for both undergraduate and graduate research. Introductory electrical laboratory courses use the facilities of the EE Undergraduate Electronics Laboratory. This laboratory serves the laboratory needs of courses such as digital and analog electronics, microprocessor controlled instrumentation, digital signal processing and electromechanical dynamics. Also important for undergraduate experiments and research are VSLI and logic design workstations. Other research facilities include the complex media laboratory, the signal processing research laboratory, the electro-optics laboratory, the anechoic chamber, and radar and ultrasound imaging facilities.