Bachelor of Design (Games)

RMIT University

Student rating (4.14) from 138 reviews
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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Become skilled in producing rich interactive experiences by developing your conceptual game design and specialist art skills.

This unique program provides specialist training in computer-generated design with particular emphasis on game studies and art practice. You'll study design, narrative, imaging, modelling and animation (2D and 3D), concept art and game environments.

RMIT has developed two dedicated games research groups with a specific focus on international world-leading research, attracting expert staff who teach the most up-to-date and cutting-edge ideas.
Careers

Graduates from the program are independent thinkers and developers known for their self-sufficiency and as a result, many are employed by design companies around...

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Additional Information

This program has a strong focus on creative studios, encompassing lab teaching from industry professionals and featuring guest lecturers.

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