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Gaming, Simulation and Robotics
The principal goal of the Gaming, Simulation and Robotics program is to teach students the skills and knowledge required to become software engineers in fields involving gaming, simulation, and robotics.
The Gaming, Simulation, and Robotics program is designed around the concept of project-based education. Students start programming the very first day of class and finish the first year of the program implementing a team-based software development project. This parallel approach of academic study and serious project-based education continues throughout the four-year program, culminating in a senior capstone software engineering project or an industry/government internship.
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