|Field of Study:||Information Technology
Game and Interactive Media Design
|Description:||The gaming industry merges business with pleasure. Experts balance technical skills with knowledge in gaming law, ethics, and social responsibility. You'll learn how to analyze, identify and develop gaming software designed for video lottery terminals and electronic gaming machines in the gambling technology environment. You'll receive specific training in computer applications, programming languages (i.e. C++), web design, and project management. As Canada's tech industry competes internationally, hundreds of game companies are looking to hire talented developers.
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