Sunday – December 04, 2016

Computer Simulation and Gaming

 

Computer Simulation and Gaming

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Downtown Milwaukee Campus


Create a career in animation and gaming, plus attain skills that are transferable to other industries such as computer programming, multimedia development and film production. This cross-discipline program is designed to create a work-like environment while teaching planning, design, development and testing of computer simulation and gaming products. Students choose one of three emphases: Programming, Animation or Design.

Career Outlook: Testers, designers and producers are in demand as the use of this technology increases rapidly. New games are continually in production, and computer simulations are used as educational and training tools in schools and businesses.

Career Pathway: You can earn the Unity Developer technical diploma on your way to completing this degree.


Program Code: 10-153-1

Start Dates: August/January

Special Admission Requirements: Demonstration of basic computer skills in operating systems, word processing and the internet; completion of CSG-100 Pre-Entry Evaluation.

Detailed Program Information

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