Bachelor's Degree in Game Design in Asia

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A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.

Game design refers to the creation of digital media in the form of video games, online gaming content and downloadable entertainment applications. Game designers may work for themselves creating original content, or they may create media for companies, businesses, or educational corporations.

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

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Bachelor of Information Technology

James Cook University Singapore
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 4 years November 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. [+]

Bachelors in Game Design in Asia 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).... [-]

Bachelor of Creative Technologies - Game Art

Media Design School
Campus Full time 3 years February 2018 New Zealand Auckland USA San Diego Italy Milan Thailand Bangkok Australia Adelaide + 8 more

The Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art) is New Zealand’s only degree specialising in game art. Over three years, you develop artistic style through a combination of traditional art, 3D animation and visual effects using industry-standard [+]

Create beautiful environments and characters and use these assets to develop immersive experiences to share with people in an industry that is bigger than the music and movie sectors put together. From 2D platformers to 3D brawlers, you'll be devising and creating your own interactive stories, digital illustrations, concept art and games that will be viewed by an international audience of game enthusiasts. Within the first sixteen weeks of your first year, you'll have created your very own 2D game and, by the time you've finished your degree, you'll have collaborated with other game artists and programmers alike to develop an industry-level game. Careers & Industry If you are serious about fast-tracking your way into this multi-million dollar global industry, you'll want to make a beeline to a dedicated course that mirrors the industry environment. You'll also want to get alongside lecturers with industry experience who can give you industry insights. Over three years, this course will help you develop your artistic style and technical skills through a combination of traditional art practices and using industry standard software. In the final year, you'll be collaborating with a group of artists and programmers on a major game project, just like in the real world. With this portfolio and experience in your back pocket, you'll have the necessary skills to enter the industry, either in a game studio or as an indie developer. Game Art career paths include: Game Artist Modeller Texture Artist Technical Director Art Director Entry Requirements General Admission To... [-]

Bachelor of Software Engineering - Game Programming

Media Design School
Campus Full time 3 years February 2018 New Zealand Auckland USA San Diego Italy Milan Thailand Bangkok Australia Adelaide + 8 more

The Bachelor of Software Engineering (Game Programming) is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand and delivers a highly developed technical knowledge base and skill-set. Work across multiple game platforms including PlayStation using commercial grade [+]

Bachelors in Game Design in Asia 2017. When becoming a Game Programmer, you'll learn best while doing. You'll code, you'll craft and, in the end, you'll graduate with a gaming portfolio like no other. By the end of your third year at Media Design School, you'll have worked with other like-minded programmers and artists to develop an industry level game, giving you the perfect showreel to kick-start your professional career. Better yet, Media Design School is the only school in New Zealand who has partnered with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's PlayStation First Academic Development Programme, giving our students the opportunity to develop games for the PlayStation platform. Careers & Industry To be a game developer you'll need both the experience and practical skills to be able to work across multiple game platforms and the ability to collaborate in a group that simulates the industry environment. In this course, you'll be learning C++ along with other coding languages that will help you succeed in the games industry. In your third year, you'll experience an end-of-year project which will be the closest experience you'll get to an industry environment at any tertiary provider in New Zealand. You'll be collaborating in a group with fellow programmers and artists to create a commercially viable game, which you can include in your portfolio and show-reel by the time you go on to work as a professional. You'll also have the opportunity to work with the PlayStation game platform. Media Design School has partnered with Sony... [-]