Top 5 GAMING UNIVERSITIES which can fetch u a GAMING JOB.[HD].

Top 5 GAMING UNIVERSITIES which can fetch u a GAMING JOB.[HD].

August 16, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


subtitles by : i know that u don’t care Video Games have become part of the fabric
of modern society, both socially and economically. In 2013 video game sales topped $6 billion
in the United States, and when including game sales on mobile devices, such as smart phones,
the dollar figure increases to over $9 billion. Its a large industry to say the least, and
its here to stay. Video Games: The Movie. Video game designers and developers are in
very high demand, and higher education is striving to meet this demand as universities
increasingly offer video game programs at undergraduate and graduate levels. See our
5 Best Video Game Colleges Online, a ranking of the best colleges offering video game degrees
and certificates online. 5. Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah,
GA) The Savannah College of Art and Design exists
somewhere in between the razor sharp focus of DigiPen, which pours all of its attention
into digital creativity, and the broad, multidisciplinary approach of major research universities. On
the one hand the school has numbers reminiscent of a research university, with over 11,000
students, 23% of which are international, and multiple campuses, (one of which is in
Hong Kong). On the other one hand virtually all of its academic programs are built for
budding artists. The schools interactive design and game development program has been recognized
for its achievements by both The Princeton Review and Animation Career Review. It has
also won first place two years in a row at the E3 College Game Competition. The program
offers both bachelor of arts, bachelor of fine arts, and their master�s level equivalents.
In addition to providing their students with first rate courses, Savannahs COLLABORATIVE
Learning Center connects students with industry leaders each year. 4. DigiPen Institute of Technology (Redmond,
WA) DigiPen is more than just another game design
program. This school represents just how far the still developing game design industry
has come. With substantial support from Nintendo, DigiPen began accepting students in 1994.
It is a for-profit degree granting school that exclusively specializes in preparing
students to enter the industry as skilled software developers, artists, designers, and
computer engineers. The school has branch campuses in Spain, Singapore, and a partnership
with Keimyung University in South Korea, in addition to its main campus based just outside
of Americas game design hub in Seattle. DigiPen offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees
and runs a substantial k-12 summer program. Students can specialize in subsets of the
field, such as real-time interactive simulation, engineering and sound design, digital art
and animation, music and sound design, as well as general degrees in general computer
science and digital arts. DigiPen has been at the forefront of game design since the
dawn age of this commercial field, has spread to several continents, possesses historic
ties to arguably the most well-known name in the gaming industry, and has every reason
to believe it will continue to grow as the video game industry grows. 3. Carnegie Mellon (Pittsburgh, PA) Carnegie Mellon University has long been known
as one of Americas leading science schools. It has in recent years developed the Entertainment
Technology Center. This program provides a two year masters degree in Entertainment Technology
offered jointly with the College of Fine Arts and the School of Computer Science, (both
of which are top 10 programs in their own respective areas). Students here have the
opportunity to study under industry leaders such as Jess Schell, the first individual
to receive the Game Changer Award. He is also famous for researching and building games
that advance society through everything from helping people discover how proteins fold
to teaching kids about HIV. The Entertainment Technology Center also runs a successful summer
program for high school students, requires an industry internship, and uses a variety
of team based projects to simulate the real world job MARKET. 2. University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT) There is a reason why major game design companies
like EA sports call Salt Lake City home. The University of Utahs video game design program
combines art orientated students and more technically minded ones in a program that
simulates how actual game design functions. Their students have access to a variety of
valuable internship opportunities, and leave with experience similar to typical startup
companies. This is part of the reason why the Princeton Review ranked their undergraduate
program 1st and their graduate program 2nd in game design. Undergraduate students average
a whopping $72,000 annual incomes while their graduate kin start at an even more impressive
$97,000. The school runs a highly respected summer program for high school students, and
takes the time to interview every promising applicant. This is way the student body comes
from such a wide range of nations, with students from India, Russia, China, Mexico, and Indonesia. 1. University of Southern California (Los
Angeles, CA) The University of Southern California, (USC),
has a long and illustrious connection to the entertainment industry. Its strategic proximity
to Hollywood is why the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has always nominated
at least one alumni every year since its creation in 1929. This, in conjunction with the fact
that USC is the oldest west coast university, boasts an impressive $3.9 billion endowment,
over 41,000 students, and is located in one of the worlds cultural epicenters, gives USC
significant resources. But it takes more than just a great university with much history
and prestigious sister programs to build a successful, specialized program. A school
also needs substantial offerings in the targeted area. USC offers 2 Bachelor and 2 Masters
level programs dedicated to Interactive Media and Game Design. Students focusing on design
and production can pursue the Interactive Media & Games degrees through the school of
Cinematic Arts, while those more concerned with the technical aspects of game development
should choose the Computer Science (Games) degrees through the Viterbi School of Engineering.
USC also offers several official video game design minors. Students have the unique opportunity
to network with peers at any other level within these programs. This makes the hands on experience
and project development more than just class work, it is also a chance for team building
and developing leadership skills.