Video games

College of Communication and Contemporary Arts
Minor description

The Video Games Subspecialization is aimed at students from all USFQ programs who wish to acquire the basic knowledge, skills, and abilities to design video games. This subspecialization is aimed at all University students interested in creating not only video games, but experiences that can be applied to different fields that require interactivity, both in traditional platforms and in mixed realities.

Currently, the Video Game Industry is the Entertainment Industry with the highest annual growth, which has caused an increase in the demand for professionals in the area. This subspecialization will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to compete in today's job market.

Credit hours

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