Immersive, collaborative and designed to unlock your creativity—for over 130 years Cogswell has been helping people turn their passion into their professions. Today, it’s your turn. Explore our program offerings to help you develop the skills you need for the job you’ll love.
Pairing business, technology and creativity, our students come to the heart of Silicon Valley to deepen and grow their passions. The result? A skilled and dynamic community with a social life that is surprisingly robust.
University of Silicon Valley prepares technical college students for success in the creative-technology industries by providing an extraordinary, real-world college education inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit of our Silicon Valley location.
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Electronic Music and film composer Julius Dobos will go behind the scenes on the music composed for the worldwide-popular anime series, DragonBall Z!
Date: Thursday, May 27th | Event Time 6:30pm PST (Pacific Standard Time) | Cost $0 | Format: Online
With ties to major industry players here in Silicon Valley, our experienced digital arts school faculty provide you with a college education that is directly tuned to real-world trends and practices. View Faculty Profiles
Evan Skolnick has over 25 years of combined story and game development experience at world-class entertainment companies such as Marvel, Activision and Lucasfilm. Visit Evan’s Profile >
The 2019 edition of U.S. News’ Best Colleges ranks University of Silicon Valley in the top 25 for the Western Region of the country. The ranking measures academic quality based on indicators of excellence such as first-year student retention, graduation rates and the strength of the school’s faculty.
The 2019 Princeton Review ranks University of Silicon Valley as 14th in the top 25 schools on their list of Undergraduate Schools to Study Game Design. “The schools that made our lists this year have stellar programs for aspiring game designers and developers,” said Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s Editor-in-Chief.
University of Silicon Valley is an Authorized Training Provider (ATP) for the Project Management Institute (PMI).
University of Silicon Valley is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), 1001 Marina Village Parkway Suite 402 Alameda, CA 94501, (510)748-9001. www.wscuc.org. WSCUC is an accrediting agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.