Equip yourself with game design knowledge to thrive in gaming and beyond.
A degree in Game & Simulation Arts gives a rich background on the history of art and aesthetics, a strong vocabulary, and panel of visual experiences to bring to your own work. You'll go through rigorous exercises to master preproduction, game design and development, and ways to apply art to simulation.
You'll get practical experience in electives that help you apply development and design skills to subject areas you care about the most. Your collaborative skills will be sharpened in your joint senior project with the Game Engineering program. In this project, you will build up your skills in animation, art asset development, game design, and motion capture.
You'll graduate fluent enough in programming languages and concepts to collaborate with teams across disciplines. You'll also have a strong working knowledge of gaming engines, so you can remain competitive in this focused industry. You'll emerge with a strong grasp of game and simulation project management flows, helping you seamlessly integrate into future jobs and put your best foot forward in interviews. Your portfolio of work will show your strengths, exhibiting a range of both solo and collaborative tasks.