Game – Development
Game – Development is a three-year advanced diploma program that aims to develop expert game designers who are able to create and develop their own titles. The program prepares students to become both technically literate and able to advance the conceptual and cultural potential of games.
|Full-time Duration:||3 year|
The program concentrates on the practical applications of the game production process from the artistic, managerial, and technical sides. Students will be introduced to 2D and 3D design processes, foundations of computer programming, as well as how to communicate effectively with teams of artists and programmers to design, prototype and iterate their own fully playable 2D and 3D games. Students will also learn the professional and personal skills needed for success in the industry.
Please note: This program requires you to have and use a mobile computing device (i.e. laptop, tablet) that meets or exceeds the recommended hardware requirements. For more information, please visit Mobile Learning Programs.
- Unique focus on mobile game development helps graduates excel in a rapidly growing market.
- Learn the skills to make games from the ground up, from art and creative design to the fundamentals software coding.
- Develop, prototype, and iterate fully playable games, individually or as a member of a team.
- Intensive professional development will help you find your own niche in this thriving industry.
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- Junior Game Designer
- Web Game Developer
- Video Game Developer
- 3D Designer
Areas of Employment
Graduates would be well placed to find employment in vibrant “Indie” game studios, Triple-A game studios, animation studios, digital media companies and serious/educational game companies. Graduates would also be well equipped to pursue entrepreneurial game start-ups.