Bachelor of Computer Science
Game Software Development
The Game Software Development program prepares you for an entry-level position in the gaming industry.
In this program, you will:
- Focus on leading programming technologies.
- Be immersed in the core knowledge of software engineering, emphasizing animation and gaming development.
- Gain expertise through a comprehensive approach that leads you through a complete development process, from modeling through animation and game programming to the senior design project.
- The average annual wage for an experienced Game Developer is $79,000.
- The market for video games is expected to increase, even in the midst of a flat economy.
- Excellent managerial skills are also important in this career because you often deal with a number of tasks simultaneously and must be able to concentrate and pay close attention to detail.
- The video game industry is highly competitive, and your work week may exceed 40 hours, particularly at “crunch time,” the deadline delivery date.