Course Summary

Course Description

The game development and programming concentration provides students with solid programming skills that can be applied in the game development industry, in a general information technology (IT) career, or as a steppingstone to graduate-level studies.


The program integrates the College’s liberal arts course work with a strong foundation of game design skills and programming, reinforced with critical hands-on practical training. Students are prepared for a career in the development and production of video games through course work in programming, visual arts, concept design, engine design, animation and rigging, script development, mobile and console applications, and computer graphics. In their junior and senior years, students can customize their curricula with course work, internships, and free electives that fit individual interests and further prepare them for successful careers in the field of game development.

Students learn from professionals in the field, are offered a flexible curriculum to pursue a minor program of study, and have opportunities for internships that help them develop real-world game development experience.

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