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Ranked #14 Top Game Design Colleges in the South | 2019

graphic design for 2019 Game Design Rankings

The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing is proud to announce we are #14 on the Top Game Design rankings in the South.

Animation Career Review contacted the College with the ranking for 2019.  The organization started publishing Top Game Design College rankings in 2013. Animation Career Review states its “end goal is to give students and their parents access to ample information so they can make an informed decision about the school they choose to attend and the program they pursue.”

This year 144 Colleges were considered in this category. Criteria used for the animation rankings:

 

| Academic Reputation  |  Admission Selectivity |  Depth & Breadth of the Program  |

| Geographic location  |  Value (as it relates to Tuition and Indebtedness)  |

 

students working on computers

Game Development project work in the Gaming Lab at Georgia Southern

The B.S. in Computer Science requires 126 credit hours of study, including 42 hours in the major. Courses offerings include Game Programming, Human-Computer Interaction, Computer Graphics, Animation, Artificial Intelligence, Discrete Simulation, Network Management Systems, Computer Security, Computer Architecture, Optical Networks, Distributed Web System Design and more…

“The real value in teaching game programming is to motivate to students to improve their coding and design skills, to reinforce fundamental knowledge of mathematics and physics, and to allow them to be creative in new ways using state of the art tools,” said Jim Harris, Ph.D., professor in Computer Science at Georgia Southern.

Other program highlights include small class sizes, active research areas such as game programming, mobile computing, robotics, and software engineering, and internship and co-op opportunities. Optional study abroad experiences are also available.

sources: www.animationcareerreview.com and Georgia Southern Program Requirements

 

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