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Game Design and Development Concentration | Undergraduate Degree Program

Game Design and Development Concentration

The Computer Science academic degree programs' primary objective is to provide a path for students from diverse backgrounds to rapidly transition to computing and information system career paths by providing them with foundation and advanced undergraduate level courses in computing and information science.

Game Design and Development Concentration Courses

A concentration consists of a minimum of four courses, of which at least 12 semester credits must be upper division. See the course catalog for more information regarding concentrations.

Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
ART/ITS 35503 Production I 4
ART/CST 37640 2D/3D Digital Modeling 4
CST 46540 Game Development Engine 4
CST 47670 Game Development: Programming and Practice  4

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