Bachelor of Science in Game Production and Design
Program Length – 36 months

Associate of Science in Game Production
Program Length – 18 months

An eclectic and impassioned group of artists and technical masters, our Game Production & Design students aren’t just gamers — they’re game creators. For them, work really is play.

This career-focused and accredited Bachelor of Science Degree in Game Production & Design takes you through the gaming gamut, teaching you the programming, production and design techniques that are revolutionizing the industry today. Prepare to take your dream to the next level. It’s game on.

Campus

We are the Hollywood connection

An important part of being successful is being connected, and it’s also a big part of what has helped make our school the educational community it is today. Our location in the center of Hollywood offers our students unparalleled access to entertainment industry professionals who speak with our students and share their insight and experience.

Areas of Focus

The Game Production and Design Bachelor of Science degree is a 36-month program designed to develop the programming skills and game theory needed to excel in the world of game development with courses that focus on:

  • Game Development
  • Game Programming
  • Game Art
  • Level Design
  • Game Theory

Full course list: Bachelor of Science in Game Production and Design

The Game Production Associate of Science degree is an 18-month program designed to teach students game development by providing them with courses that focus on:

  • Game Development
  • Game Programming
  • Game Art
  • Level Design
  • Game Theory

Full course list: Associate of Science in Game Production and Design

Gear for Every Student

game-gear
We outfit you with your very own laptop computer and awesome software package, complete with the full Adobe Creative Suite collection, Microsoft Office and a Steam account, so you can level up your game anywhere and anytime!*

Design. Code. Create

Let’s take a look at your future

There’s more to the entertainment industry than simply flashing lights and fame, awards and red-carpet galas. Entertainment is a business. And as technology continues to change the ways in which we experience the music, movies, games, animation, and media in our lives, there is a greater need for talented and hard-working creative professionals to work behind-the scenes and make it all happen. Here’s a glimpse into some of the career opportunities that a Game Production degree can open to you:

  • Independent Game Producer
  • Associate Game Designer
  • Game Tester
  • Production Assistant
  • Project Manager
  • Online Game Support Rep
  • Project Coordinator
  • Community Manager

 

*Specific types of gear and gear info subject to change without notice.