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Game – Programming

(Optional Co-op)

Centennial College’s Game – Programming offering sees you graduate with an advanced diploma and the knowhow to launch a career in the game software industry.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 3 years/6 semesters
Starting in: Fall, Winter
Tuition Fee: $16,531.80
Location: Progress Campus, Toronto, Canada / Blended / Online

Whether you love the classics or today’s technologically advanced games, this interactive gaming program’s courses have you participate in various phases of game development, such as:

Game design
Three-dimensional graphics programming
Simulation design
Multiplayer online game programming

This advanced diploma technology program also puts a focus on object-oriented software design methodologies and user-oriented interface design, software testing and QA, C#, Java, advanced graphics, Web game programming, HTML5/JavaScript, Unity3D, mobile application development, game and simulation design and more.

To underscore the applied focus of the curriculum, two software development projects are included. These “real world” game/simulations/applications require you to utilize all the technical and business skills acquired during your studies to build high-quality software.

Who knew those years of video games would count as resume experience?

Program Highlights

  • Game – Programming courses are delivered using leading-edge technology geared to industry standards.
  • The offering employs project-based learning.
  • Knowledgeable and approachable faculty members from the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science have diverse business experience and academic credentials.
  • The program is also presented in a co-op version (program #3119). Students who choose this option gain practical experience in the field and network before graduation.
  • Graduates from the program may apply for certified membership to either the Canadian Information Processing Society or their provincial engineering technology association.

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Career Prospects

Career Outlook

  • Software developer
  • Game programmer
  • User interface developer
  • Mobile application developer
  • Software tester
  • Computer programmer
  • Systems analyst
  • Business analyst
  • Web application developer
  • Database administrator
  • Applications or software support

Areas of Employment

  • Software companies
  • Gaming companies
  • Government
  • Public institutions
  • Banks
  • Small and medium businesses

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