Any person can play a video game; but to successfully develop a game that excites and engages an audience requires skill. These include skills in concept – including digital storyboarding, artwork, story and game design; production – including 2D/3D animation, modeling, level design, AI programming, game mathematics and physics, game audio; and publication – including the pitching, marketing and business of video games. To help you create a winning game, the course will equip you with a strong understanding of and experience in various aspects of the game production pipeline. A comprehensive list of subjects will give you a firm grasp of the end-to-end process in developing a successful game.
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The COP in 2012 was – 19 points.
Many of our graduates pursue full-time or part-time degree programmes and this is made easier through the advanced standing arrangements that we have with all the local universities and a wide range of foreign universities. Diploma graduates can get between one to two years of exemption from local and foreign universities for relevant degree programmes, depending on their academic performance and portfolios.
You will graduate with the skills to fill the following types of positions: game designers, graphics software developers, game content developers, game programmers, mobile game developers and game visual effects specialists.
Singapore has identified interactive and digital media as one of its key research and development areas. You will graduate with the skills to fill the following types of positions: Game Designers, Graphics Software Developers, Game Content Developers, Game Programmers, Mobile Game Developers and Game Visual Effect Specialists.