School of Computing and Design
Game Design & Interactive Media
Game Design & Interactive Media concentration prepares students to work in teams, communicating and collaborating with other designers, artists and engineers in creating and publishing games.
Complete required courses are listed in Requirements and Pathways.
Game Design and Interactive Media I
Presents the principles of game and related interactive media design. Students design and create games and interactives using analog and digitally-based authoring tools. Includes project management, production, and asset management of images, text, sound, animation, and computer code.
The course equips students with the fundamental skills needed for the development of games. After first developing with basic 3D modelling skills, student learn how to model, texture and light complex objects and scenes using industry standard tools.
The course equips students with the fundamental skills needed for the design of 3D character models. Students learn how to apply industry best-practice and tools to character designing and modeling process. Drawing skills are recommended, but not required to succeed in the class.