Creating digital content for video games, movies, and online and mobile apps can be a challenging and exciting experience. This portfolio-driven program will equip you with tools needed to embark on an exciting freelance career or to pursue graduate studies in film production, game development or level design.
The Bachelor of Science in digital entertainment technology curriculum can guide you toward roles in game design, mobile development or cinematics. As a DET student, you’ll learn about the entire creative process—from concept and design to scripting and production. You’ll also explore theories in art, design, and storytelling, and hone your career focus as you concentrate in one of three exciting areas.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 56 credit hours
+ Major Requirements: 66 credit hours (Choice of 3 tracks)
+ Electives: 6 credit hours
= Total Required: 128 credit hours*
*Based on track selection
|Department||Information Technology and Computing
|School/College||College of Business Administration
Digital entertainment technology majors get plenty of hands-on learning in the classroom and in co-curriculars and activities such as: