$129; Payment is due upon registration
Learn to create your own video game by planning its development to include graphics, audio, and music. During this workshop, you'll:
- Learn to develop a game concept, create a prototype, test its functionality, and iterate on your ideas
- Expand on your development environment by adding multiplayer and enhanced gameplay features
Eligibility and Prerequisites
This NxtGen IT and Cybersecurity course is open to any high school sophomore, junior, or senior worldwide (ages 14-17), as well as those technically advanced incoming freshmen who receive Illinois Tech staff approval. No prerequisite knowledge is required; however, it is recommended that students have some technical knowledge. Students practice hands-on basic techniques and continue into advanced techniques while building small project-based websites and web applications.
Upon registration, students must submit the following in order to confirm enrollment in the program:
- Program fee
- Parental consent form, which will be sent by email via DocuSign
James Papademas is an industry professor of information technology and management at Illinois Tech. He has taught the NxtGen Game Development and Programming course for several years.