Digital Simulation & Gaming Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science
While you learn how to make your characters move in different ways through space, you'll also be learning the trigonometry and computer engineering concepts that make it happen. Your classes are set up to support team-based, open-ended projects that will help you fine tune your skills and be fully prepared to work.
You'll be able to work as a game or simulation programmer, designer, or software engineer. Because you'll be exposed to such a strong background in computer science and programming, you could expand your career to something non-game related.