The Game Development Generalist concentration is a second year option of the Game Development diploma program.
Games require interaction within an immersive environment that can take many forms – from pure entertainment, to medical and military simulations, to training initiatives. In this concentration, you learn to apply artistic, technical and problem solving skills, as well as critical thinking and logic, to develop games using the Unity game engine and HTML 5. You work individually and in groups, to design and develop game prototypes and manage the challenges of the game development cycle for multiple platforms, including web and mobile. You also learn to use object-oriented programming techniques, pre-production design and algorithm designs to develop engaging game content.
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