|Faculty:||Humber North Campus / School for Media Studies and Information Technology
|Field of Study:||Computer Games and Programming Skills
|Description:||Humber's program is project-driven and focuses on the design and development of games. You work on team projects, using multiple software and programming tools to design, develop, test, and maintain game applications. Students create commercial-grade applications that apply theories of user-centred design, usability, information architecture, network architecture, human-computer-interaction for game applications and industry standards of practice. Students graduate with significant work samples showcasing their talents and skills, and a skill set that combines high levels of mathematics, physics, and visualization within the field of computer programming. Knowledge of game engines, modellers, game scripting, and technical direction allows them to compete successfully in this rapidly growing field - developing console games for personal computers and dedicated game players (Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo), as well as online gaming applications and games for mobile devices.
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