Bachelor of Games and Interactive Design University of Canberra

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

In this degree students will gain experience in the design and creation of games and interactive digital media. This will include the theoretical and practical skills and knowledge required to work in either a technical or creative role. Students will develop an understanding of the game design and production process from concept development and idea generation through to the production methodologies that are applied in today's leading game studios.

Students will gain a thorough understanding of games and interactive design developing skills in areas such as game design, game art, and computer programming. This will include key concepts such as game mechanics, artificial intelligence, 3D graphics, animation and real-time technology. These areas of expertise will be enhanced by exposure to essential knowledge required to participate and engage with the games and interactive design industry. This will include areas such as teamwork, problem-solving strategies and contemporary production methodologies.

Learning will be achieved through activities such as creating interactive works, engaging with the games industry and its members, reviewing both historical and contemporary creative work and literature. All students that complete the qualification will be given the opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge to the development of creative works. (You will make games!)
The games and interactive design industry is growing rapidly in both local and international markets with revenue in the billions of dollars.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of roles such as
-Games/interactive media designer
-Games/interactive media programmer

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June 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: The access to world class facilities such as alienware computers and motion capture studios. As well as game rooms and interactive nights to showcase your work

Negatives: Working with other students can sometimes be difficult. Not many of them are very social so its hard to get something across to them. Other th...

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