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Bachelor of Information Technology

James Cook University Singapore
Campus Part time 2 - 4 years March 2017 Singapore

Electronic games and animation are now an integral part of the enormous global entertainment industry and career opportunities can take you around the world. Imagine being at the cutting edge of enterprises where your decisions and ideas are seen by millions of gaming enthusiasts and movie-goers. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Game Design 2017. This course brings together the knowledge and skills that are essential for professional IT careers along with subjects in interactive visualisation, games, big data and data mining, interactive 2D/3D graphics and web technologies, mobile technologies, programming and design thinking, and programming. Bachelor of Information Technology graduates will be able to: Demonstrate essential knowledge for a career in technology related professions and practice; Synthesise industry standard and underlying principles and concepts for decision making; Critically evaluate data & resources in the context or relevant academic literature; Apply critical thinking to address IT related issues; Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively This course is accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). Graduates are eligible to apply to join the ACS. As an IT student, you will be entitled to memberships with two professional bodies: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Singapore Computer Society (SCS). Subjects Fundamentals of Problem Solving and Programming Internet Fundamentals Design Thinking Programming I Games for Business and Gamification Web Design and Development Information Processing and Management Database Modelling Collective Intelligence & Social Networks Programming II Information Visualisation Design Thinking and Creative IT Industries e-Strategic Management Content Management Systems Data Mining Information Security Design Thinking and Project Management Mobile Computing Professional Internship or Multi-Disciplinary Projects or Independent Project PLUS a minor or elective subjects offered (Students may choose a minor: 'Computer Science and Networking' or 'Human Computer Interaction and Games Design' and electives to complete the course requirements). Career Outcomes Graduates will have the expertise to pursue exciting careers as project manager, network administrator and designer, system analyst, software developer, application developer, IT researcher, IT manager, system administrator, multimedia developer, game designer/tester/reviewer, simulation designer, enterprise architect, consultant, story boarder, web designer, and mobile app developer. Tuition Fees Domestic* S$48,741 International S$50,154 *Fees apply to all Singapore residents (Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and all pass holders excluding Student's Pass).Note: All course fees include prevailing 7% Goods and Services Tax (GST) [-]

Bachelor of Games and Virtual Worlds

Academy of Interactive Entertainment
Online & Campus Combined Part time 3 years January 2017 Australia Australia Online USA Lafayette Seattle Sydney USA Online Melbourne Campbellsville Canberra Adelaide + 9 more

The Bachelor of Games and Virtual Worlds (Programming) is a three year Degree delivered in partnership with Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT). The degree is designed to produce graduates for the simulation, virtual worlds and games industries and provide professional game programmers with the skills and knowledge of a computer science degree contextualised by gaming applications, plus core skills in programming and design. [+]

The Bachelor of Games and Virtual Worlds (Programming) is a three year Degree delivered in partnership with Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT). The degree is designed to produce graduates for the simulation, virtual worlds and games industries and provide professional game programmers with the skills and knowledge of a computer science degree contextualised by gaming applications, plus core skills in programming and design. This degree will provide you with specialist skills in digital game/simulation design and programming. You will create 2D and 3D interactive applications for entertainment and serious, real life scenario visualisation (virtual worlds). You will also learn how to research the market, develop business concepts and manage digital game/ simulation development projects. You could end up working as a 3D Games Programmer or Simulation Software Engineer — building interactive virtual worlds for real-world training and research! The degree is jointly delivered online by CIT and face-to-face in AIE Campuses. Prerequisites You must: have basic computing skills including being able to operate a personal computer, other hardware (for example printers, games consoles, PDAs etc), create and manage basic files, perform simple operating system tasks and work with more than one standard software package such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases or web browser. (If you do not have these skills you may enrol into the Certificate II in information Technology.) AND EITHER: have demonstrated Year 12 or equivalent qualification in English and mathematics (which includes calculus) with a minimum pass grade OR have successfully completed an approved bridging program and/or skills assessment in mathematics and English; OR have successfully completed the Advanced Diploma of Professional Games Development (Software Development) or the Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) AND the approved bridging program; OR be of mature age (turn at least 20 years of age in your first year of study in the program) and demonstrate a level of general education in mathematics and English which provides you with a reasonable chance of successfully completing the program (this may include successful completion of an approved bridging program and/or skills assessment in mathematics and English) AND be able to demonstrate an interest in the development of computer games and simulations. Selection Criteria: Preference will be given if you have: successfully completed the Advanced Diploma of Professional Games Development (Software Development) or the Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) AND the approved bridging program; and/or - exceeded the minimum pass grade entry requirement in Mathematics and/or have successfully completed an advanced mathematics subject; and/or - exceeded the minimum pass grade entry requirement in English; and/or completed additional relevant studies in physics at the equivalent of Year 12 with a minimum pass grade; and/or demonstrated a genuine interest in the development of computer games and simulations. Selection Process: Selection will primarily be based on an assessment of your previous education record, work and other relevant experiences and interest in the field of study, as identified on the application form and accompanying personal statement. Where it is necessary to collect additional evidence regarding the Selection Criteria, you might be requested to participate in an interview which may include a written or oral skills assessment test. FEE HELP and Fee Schedule This course is approved for FEE HELP, an Australian Government loan scheme set up to enable eligible students to defer part or all of their tuition fees until they are working and can afford to pay them back. For further information on FEE HELP and to find the current Fee Schedule, visit cit.edu.au/fees/fee_help [-]