Game Programming Concentration (18 hours)

The Computer Science department offers students the Game programming concentration as a supplement to their chosen major (s). The field of Game Programming is ever expanding. As a form of entertainment the popularity of video games is at a high and they are increasingly being used for professional purposes such as learning tools and simulations. With the proliferation of this area of Computer Science comes the demand for Game Programmers. Those desiring career in Game Programming require a specific skill set within Computer Science.

The Game Programming concentration in BSCS can be earned by completing the following 18 credit hours:

Degree Requirements

Required Courses 9 hours

CSCI 2510Introduction to Game Programming

3 credits

CSCI 3510Advanced Game Programming

3 credits

CSCI 4620Computer Graphics

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Elective Courses 9 hours

CSCI 2510Introduction to Game Programming

3 credits

CSCI 3510Advanced Game Programming

3 credits

CSCI 4620Computer Graphics

3 credits

CSCI 4450Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

3 credits

CSCI 4480Introduction to Multi-agent and Multi-robot Systems

3 credits

ART 3140CGI: Computer Generated Imagery

3 credits

ART 3160Game Design as Art

3 credits

ART 3170Digital Game Design

3 credits

ART 4180Advanced Digital Game Design

3 credits

ART 4190Game Design Studio

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:9