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Game Programming

​DePaul’s Game Programming program teaches the fundamentals and details of game programming and prepares you to work in computer gaming and interactive media fields.

Throughout the program, you will collaborate on interdisciplinary teams with programmers, artists, game designers, producers, writers and audio designers.

You will have four different gaming labs to take advantage of: development and research labs, the game play lab, the augmented reality lab and the playtest and usability lab.


Sample Courses:

  • 3-D Design and Modeling
  • Computer Graphics Development
  • Computer Systems
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Game Engine Programming
  • Practical Scripting for Games

Career Options

Common Career Areas:

  • Animation
  • Commercial production
  • Computer graphics
  • Film production
  • Game development
  • Software engineering
  • Television production


90 percent of 2016 Game Programming graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.

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