The Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia offers a Graduate Certificate in Interactive Design and Game Development. The curriculum is 25 credit hours completed through five courses. The courses include the following: Interactive Design and Media Application, Visual Information and Information Design, Interactive Web Design, Scripting for Productivity, and Databases and Dynamic Website Programming.
This program is ideal for individuals who have already obtained a Bachelor’s degree and want to build their credentials for careers in Interactive Design and/or Game Development, but do not want to pursue a Master’s degree. Students learn the necessary information at the graduate level, while simultaneously developing skills in interactive art and graphic design. Students are also able to learn about the current industry standards in a flexible format, as the classes are offered completely online.
Interactive Design and Game Development graduates from SCAD have been hired by the following employers: Activision, Apple Inc., Blizzard Games, Blue Sky Studios, Cartoon Network, Clear Channel Communications Inc., Disney Interactive Studios, Electronic Arts, Fathom Studios, Firaxis Games, Kiz Toys Inc., Pendulum Games, Perception Studios Inc., Primal Screen, Red Storm Entertainment, Rhythm & Hues Studios, Snowblind Studios, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Vicarious Visions Inc., Vivendi Games, and others.
Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree or should anticipate completion of a bachelor's degree before enrollment in the graduate program. All applicants are evaluated individually according to previous educational experience and level of achievement.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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