Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
Game design uses art, graphic design, writing, and computer programming to create original and unique video game content. Game design may be used to create different forms of entertainment as well as educational programs that can be used in schools or as part of employee training.
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The School of Animation & Visual Effects BFA program provides students with the skills necessary to master today’s digital technology. Students choose one primary area of emphasis between visual effects, 3D modeling, 3D animation, 2D animation and stop motion, and storyboarding. [+]
The Bachelor of Arts in Game Design prepares graduates to be modern game designers, capable of working in large teams, communicating and collaborating with other designers, artists, and engineers, and [+]
Do you like computers? Do your friends and family ask you to help them with their technology? Have you been called a geek? [+]
We love to create, build, make. Software yes, but also think embedded devices, 3D printers, laser cutter, and your next creation. [New equipment to come includes a CnC mill and programmable loom] Add students, staff, and faculty and you get a picture of our learning community. [+]
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. [+]
Computer Animation majors at DMAC with a Concentration in Game Art take their passion a step further by learning how to create the games that other people can only imagine. [+]
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 [+]
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 [+]