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Game Development Defined
Game Development is the academic field focused on the creation of electronic games.  The field includes interactive graphics/animation programming, fundamental computer science, game design, studio art, electronic art, narrative storytelling, and critical game studies.  The field is concerned with both entertainment and serious games.

No single person is likely to possess all of these skills at the end of a four-year degree.  Our programs seek to provide a firm background in the most essential aspects while allowing the student to self-direct their own interest within the disciplines.  Either of our degree options provide a solid technical computer science background.
 
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