The College of Arts and Sciences offers an undergraduate minor in Game Design from Computer Science for students majoring in other fields who wish to supplement their preparation in a major discipline with a substantial amount of coursework in 3-D computer graphics.
The minor in Game Design is particularly appropriate for those students who anticipate significant use of 3-D computer animation techniques in the field of game development and simulation. Student can also integrate 3-D production skills toward animation shorts, films, visual effect & motion graphics.
Requirements for the Minor
Students must meet all university requirements for a minor. In addition, students must: completed with a "C" or higher for all required courses and selective for the minor submit transfer courses to the advisor for the minor for approval by the first week of the term of intended graduation.
Required Courses (15 Hours)
Electives (3 Hours)
Total - 18 Hours