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In the Game Art degree program concentration, your studies will include the foundation of game design mechanics, gameplay principles, interactivity, and the means for creating and refining game content. Building on that foundation, as well as the technical aspects of 3D animation software and game engines, you will create visually impressive gaming environments that tell meaningful stories, convey thoughtfulness, create emotion and are just all around fun to play.
The Game Art degree program concentration is all about designing, creating, and bringing to life the visual components of games in a highly-collaborative teaching environment that simulates a working studio.
If you know you're ready to get your college career started with this game art degree program, now's the time to apply. We're ready to help you along the way and answer any questions you might have.
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