Game Development, Associate in Applied Science
A Computer Information Systems Option

The Game Development option offers students interested in the computer game and simulation fields a solid background in the Information Technologies foundations of hardware/software, operating systems, programming, systems analysis and design, data structures and algorithms, advanced math, physics, and animation. Specialized courses in game design, game programming, and game production will provide the student with relevant skills and experience with industry standard tools and techniques. Students create a game design, build game programs using standard graphics APIs and a popular game engine, and, in a capstone course, produce a working game with a team of student developers and artists.