Bachelor of Science in Computer Game Design
The shadows move in cadence with the torchlight, spilling across the cobblestone. An arrow whizzes by, and the splintering thunk resonates from a rear subwoofer. You know, after twelve hours of play, a great computer game should be just hitting its stride. Stunning graphics lend the necessary reality, solid physics programming offer lifelike interaction with the world (and awesome car crashes), and a phenomenal storyline always lies at the heart.
You've downloaded the level editors and fan mods. You've thought long and hard about how to make a game still better. You know the limitations of current hardware, and you're looking forward to the next generation video cards and CPUs to drive that vision. We get you, and we're with you. Come build a better game at DSU. Build the skeleton, skin the monster of your choice, apply some physics. And let's go hunting.
|Serving Size 1 Semester (16cr)
Semesters Per Degree 8 (128cr)*
|Bachelor of Science in Computer Game Design|
|Degree Requirements||128 cr|
|ARTD 282 2-D Design I||3|
|ARTD 285 2-D Design II||3|
|ARTD 382 3-D Design I||3|
|ARTD 385 3-D Design II||3|
|ARTD 431 Graphic Effects I||3|
|CIS 275 Web Application Programming I||3|
|CIS 332 Structured Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|CIS 375 Web Application Programming II||3|
|CSC 250 Computer Science II||3|
|CSC 260 Object Oriented Design||3|
|CSC 300 Data Structures||3|
|DAD 375 Storyboarding||3|
|GAME 111 Introduction to Game Design||3|
|GAME 222 Computer Game Analysis and Development||3|
|GAME 333 Project and Process I||3|
|GAME 334 Project and Process II||3|
|GAME 444 Project Development I||3|
|GAME 445 Project Development II||3|
|MATH 282 Mathematics of Games||3|
|MCOM 353 Web Interactivity||3|
|General Education Requirement||30|
|NOTE: Majors must take ART 121, MATH 123, PHYS 111/113 or PHYS 211/213 as part of the system-wide general education requirements.
Majors must take CSC 150 as part of the institutional graduation requirement.
|* The serving size is based on a four year degree plan, so your course load may vary depending on your specific educational goals. The values here are current as of the 2007-08 DSU course catalog.|