Technology Orientation and Assessment
Applicants to online-only degree programs will be required to complete an
orientation module that presents information on operating the learning management
system, best practices for online learning, troubleshooting issues, and technical
support. The orientation will end with an assessment to confirm that the applicant has
received sufficient instruction.
Computer Animation and Game Art
Applicants should possess artistic skills. Traditional visual art classes and a foundation in sketching, sculpting, and painting are recommended prior to entering the program.
Game Development, Computer Science, Mobile Development, and Simulation & Visualization
Degree Program applicants must demonstrate knowledge of Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, and Trigonometry. Introductory programming classes are also highly recommended. Applicants must complete the Math Self-Evaluation and obtain a satisfactory score on a Skills Assessment Test to enter the Game Development, Computer Science, Mobile Development, or the Simulation & Visualization program.
A Skills Assessment Test covering advanced mathematical concepts will be administered during the enrollment process to determine the path of each applicant in these programs. The potential paths are listed below.