Hello! This is my first time posting on this site so I apologize if I'm posting on the incorrect board for my question. I've considered applying to Cornell Tech's Connective Media program as it sounds quite interesting and innovative, and the location in NYC sounds great. My only concern with my potential application is that I don't have much pure coding experience. Does anyone know if coding/programming is an absolute requirement for acceptance to this program? What kinds of background do other have in order to get accepted to this program? My GPA is solid, GRE is slightly above average (I could surely improve with a bit more studying). Thank you for any insights/advice!