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Game Design and Development
The Bachelor of Science in Game Design and Development program helps students develop skills and knowledge that may be used to pursue employment opportunities involving the use of electronic gaming in public or private sector organizations. The program is also designed to help students prepare for entry-level positions such as game designers, game developers, graphic designers, storyboard artists, concept artists, and animators.
Students in the program utilize a variety of software applications, including the Adobe Creative Suite and Autodesk 3DsMax, to design and develop projects that may be useful in multi-disciplinary environments, such as marketing, business management, and homeland security.
Students complete either a two semester capstone sequence resulting in a game design and development portfolio or an internship where they apply skills and knowledge taught in the classroom in an environment that utilizes elements of game design and development.
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