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The computer games industry program is an exciting field, currently outpacing the film industry worldwide. Computer game development is innovative and exciting from a technological and creative perspective, providing career opportunities for imaginative, logical and energetic students. Graduates will have the satisfaction of seeing their work enjoyed by a global audience. You will learn the art and science of computer game programming and design. The entry route to Computer Games Development at UL is through the Computer Science Common Entrance LM121.
This program will equip you with the skills and technological capability to develop systems related to computer games and graphics, You will study Computer Science, with special emphasis on topics relevant to Game Design such as software development, mobile devices, computer graphics and artificial intelligence and gain skills in:
In the first year, the entry route to computer games development will have emphasis in Year 1 is programming, is an appreciation of its basis in the study of the physical machine on which programs run. In Year 2, and in the first semester of Year 3, the programme will expand your knowledge in general software development.
In the second semester of the third year, you will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge you have learnt and increase your awareness of the computer games workplace and at the same time allow you to develop your social and business skills.
In the fourth year, you will undertake a major independent project in the area. Typically, this will involve the development of one or more software components of a computer game, or the development of a complete game using existing software components.
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