The Video Game Design C.C.C.
This is a 24 credit hour program designed for students who are interested in working in the game development industry. Students will learn the basics of designing, writing, and producing for video games and will be introduced to digital art and programming. They will also be given the opportunity to create a small original game or game mod.
After completing this program, students will have a strong understanding of the basic skills and equipment needed to develop modern video and computer games, enabling them to make an informed choice about their future education and career paths.
First Semester: 12 Credit Hours
- DIG 2040C – History of Video Games
- DIG 1711C – Game Design and Gameplay
- GRA 1103C – Graphic Design Basics
- GRA 1117C – Introduction to Computer Graphics
Second Semester: 12 Credit Hours
- DIG 2430C – Digital Storytelling for Video Games
- DIG 1710C – Introduction to Game Production
- DIG 2721C – Applied Game Design I
- COP 1000 – Introduction to Programming
You can view and print the program’s audit sheet here.
If you’re a new or perspective student who wants to join the Video Game Design program, you can get started by applying for admission and taking the PERT (contact the testing center at (386) 754-4333 for more information).
Find Out More
If you’d like to learn more about the program, you can speak to an advisor by contacting the FGC Advising Center at (386) 754-4222
You can also contact Assistant Professor Denise Gross by phone (386) 754-4366 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org