Video Game Design Course : Full Sail Real World Education



Game Design School Full Sail Real World Education
Full Sail's video game design course will teach you everything you will need to know about designing video games. It only takes 21 months of school to get started in the world of video game programming and design. Full Sail's Game Design & Development Bachelor's Degree Program can get you on the road to a career developing, designing, and programming games for consoles and computers. Spend those 21 months here at Full Sail's campus, and you'll learn everything about the game design process from instructors with years of experience creating video games.

Go in depth on subjects like preproduction and how to create game docs, programming and implementation, gameplay and level design, and how to design intelligent Artificial Intelligence. Working in a real world production environment with a team of programmers, artists, and designers – your fellow students – you'll develop an entire playable video game, from start to finish.

The Game Design & Development Degree Program, upon successful completion, will result in a Bachelor of Science Degree. The Entertainment Business curriculum may be taken in addition to Game Design & Development and will result in a second Bachelor of Science Degree when both are completed.

For info visit the school's home page at:
http://www.fullsail.com/index.cfm/fa/degree.overview/dp_id/9/game-design-and-development
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