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Put your passion for gaming to work
Everywhere you look today people of all ages are playing games – on their computers, cell phones and online. Last year alone, more than 8.5 million people subscribed to online role-playing games.
In fact, it is predicted that the game industry will out-produce all other entertainment media including movies and music. Global industry sales for console games are predicted to grow to $34.7 billion by 2012. In the United States, sales of all types of video and computer games will increase to $11.7 billion.
*Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Entertainment & Media Outlook Report
If you have a flair for graphics and a love of computer games – this could be the perfect career field for you.
Game developers need to be creative, detail-oriented and hard workers. They devote long hours to finishing complex projects to meet tight deadlines. A career in gaming and graphic arts would be right for you if you:
- Love computer games
- Have strong visual spatial abilities
- Have a good sense of what makes one computer game better than others
- Good communication skills
- Enjoy all aspects of a game, such as sound, motion, illustration, and story
- Work equally well alone or in a team
- Value logic-based reasoning
- Have an aptitude for computers and software
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GAME DEVELOPMENT
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Video Game Designers