Game on.

From the arcade games of old to today’s sophisticated 4K experiences, video games have been a major part of pop culture for nearly four decades, and the industry has shown no signs of stopping. Outlandish adventures, sports simulations, historical recreations - the video game industry offers a wide range of experiences, limited only by the imagination of game software developers.

Our bachelor’s program in game software development teaches you the skills you need to develop, design, and test games across a wide number of formats and platforms, from computers to major video game consoles and everything in between. Designed with experts in the industry, the program will teach you the entire game development process from conception to design to final publication. We update the program regularly to make sure that what you learn is what the industry actually wants - and what you need to succeed. Before graduation, you will go through a complete game development process so you have the hands-on experience you need to see a game through to completion.

After you graduate from the program, you will have the creative and technical expertise you need to enter the world of game development and bring your creations to life. All you will need is a little imagination.

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Bachelor of Science — Game Software Development

Career Facts

$64,118

Median Yearly Income

6%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

$95,691

Median Salary for Executives

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To look around the corner and into the future, to embrace what is, to imagine what could be and work to incorporate those new concepts into out curriculum keeping our students at the leading edge of technology…

- Dr. Richard Bush, Baker College Dean of Information Technology
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