Game Studies and Design (Minor)

The Minor in Game Studies and Design provides students with theoretical, historical, and applied knowledge in the production and study of games.

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This minor is relevant to students interested in pursuing careers in and around the games industry, and is also relevant for those interested in careers in experience and interaction design, human-computer interaction, and related areas.

Program Overview

Learn the theoretical, historical, and applied knowledge of the production and study of games. This minor is a good choice for students interested in pursuing careers related to the games industry, experience and interaction design, human-computer interaction, and more.

Career Opportunities

This minor complements career options in the following areas:

  • The games industry
  • Experience and interaction design
  • Human-computer interaction
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A total of 15 credit hours of coursework spanning humanities, computer science, and psychology are required.

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Interested in declaring a minor? Talk with your academic adviser or Academic Affairs to plan out your course schedule and fill out the Minor Request Form.

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