Throughout the Game Development program, you'll be tasked with creating a series of game projects that will help you develop and hone your programming skills.
Your final project is the last and most complex of these efforts. For your final project, you'll form a production team with aspiring artists and game producers from the Game Art and Game Design programs.
You'll enter a production environment just like those found in major game studios, where you'll combine forces to create the coding, game systems, and art that will bring your game to life.
It's your opportunity to experience the entire production process - your production team will be responsible for coming up with a concept, creating design documents, building production timelines, coding, art creation, and more. You'll work under the guidance of our experienced educators, and at the end of a process, you'll have completed a fully playable video game that will serve as your portfolio as you enter the game industry.
It's a process that gives you real-world experience with design, production, and collaboration, getting you ready for a career in the video game industry.