Deakin’s Bachelor of Games Design and Development provides you with the knowledge, skills and competencies required to integrate the creative abilities of the game designer with the technical mastery of the game developer. As a graduate you will be capable of producing sophisticated computer games and responsive and appealing simulations, online and mobile applications and virtual reality environments.
You’ll learn how to design, build and manage computer game projects using cutting edge industry standard platforms, engines and programming languages to develop computer games ranging in complexity from small interactive apps, larger desktop systems, as well as massive multiplayer systems. You’ll also have access to dynamic and interactive gaming studio environments that enable you to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams to find workable solutions to problems in game development, provide creative input to game design and turn your love of gaming into a professional career. You’ll cover topics including design techniques and processes for games and interactive applications, software development and programming for games, real-time computer graphics and rendering, artificial intelligence, networked and multiplayer games, creation of audio and video assets, and game production strategies.
As a graduate, you’ll be equipped with the skills to seek employment across the full scope of the gaming industry, from the design of the initial concepts through to development, programming and production of computer games. You may also find employment in project management, component integration, online and mobile multimedia systems design and consultancy, and will work collaboratively with artists, animators, audio specialists, producers and marketing professionals.
Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.
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