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would love to combine art(graphical) and programming. What should I be studying for masters?

Art History
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Webpage Design.
HTML tags/codes, Webpage Design, CSS, Java Script, things like that! Here is where I learned: http://w3schools.com I recommend W3Schools! It's really good. If that doesn't work out for you you can try http://theninjaofweb.com is pretty good as well. Hope I helped! c:
Webpage Design , I agree with MaximumLemons

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Game design :D
Maybe you should try making a demo. A demo (demonstration) is a non-interactive multimedia presentation made within the computer subculture known as the demoscene. Demogroups create demos to demonstrate their abilities in programming, music, drawing, and 3D modeling. The key difference between a classical animation and a demo is that the display of a demo is computed in real time, making computing power considerations the biggest challenge. Demos are mostly composed of 3D animations mixed with 2D effects and full screen effects. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demo_(computer_programming)
You should definitely study interactive design and get a strong sense of Human-Centered Design theory. That will help you when you program your experiences or whatever you plan on doing in the future.

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