The Interactive Design and Game Development concentration provides students with the skills to design and develop computer games, detailed simulations and interactive technologies. Program concentration may be chosen from two separate tracks. Choosing from one of the tracks allows students to specialize in an area that is most beneficial. Course concentration is on game design, virtual modeling, animation, interactive application creation, programming, documentation, structured design principles, problem solving, and business ethics. Classes are conducted in hands-on labs. Credits from both options transfer to the University of Baltimore.
2-3 restricted elective credits are required. See the listing below.
Restricted Electives (2-12 Credits)
Restricted Electives should be selected in consultation with the programs lead faculty or the Technology and Computer Studies Division Director to satisfy career goals. Select Restricted Elective credits to complete your Track from the following list.