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A recent report by market analyst PriceWaterhouseCoopers predicts that the fastest growth in the global entertainment industry will be in the video game sector - more than doubling from $25 billion in 2004 to $55 billion in 2009.
That spells tremendous opportunity for qualified video game designers.
The best way for students and working adults to acquire the unique skill set thatï¿½s in demand from leading game producers is through our select online Video Game Design programs.
Typical coursework in these Bachelors degree programs in Video Game Design include software engineering, graphic design and animation 2-D and 3-D modeling, interactive programming, game physics and narrative development. General education courses equip students to apply critical thinking, logic, communication and problem solving skills to create challenging and satisfying gaming experiences.
Besides the expanding opportunities in the video game industry, graduates are in demand in the growing number of industries that use gaming applications, including the armed forces, healthcare, marketing and education. You’ll qualify for entry-level positions such as Game and Interactive Software Tester, Game Maintenance Administrator, Game Documentation Writer, Game Requirements Analyst, and Game Support Specialist.
Take the next step toward a career where you can work hard, play hard and reap the rewards. Explore the Video Game Design programs below and request more information today.
Pursue your passion for gaming and interactive media with a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Web Game Programming (WGP).
DeVry University's bachelor's degree program in Game and Simulation Programming (GSP) prepares graduates to make an impact in the private and public video game and simulation software industry.
This program from Baker College is designed to immerse students in the core knowledge of software engineering emphasizing animation and gaming development.