KSU Ranks in the Top 50 Worldwide for Game Design
Number 7: The Princeton Review has rated KSU at number 31 on their list of the top 50 schools for studying Game Design at the undergraduate level.
KENNESAW, Ga. (May 4, 2018) — Our Bachelor of Science in Computer Game Design and Development is just one of the many innovative degrees you can get at Kennesaw State. It’s also one of the best of its kind in the world! The Princeton Review has rated KSU at number 31 on their list of the top 50 schools for studying Game Design at the undergraduate level. The program has drawn considerable attention from outside the university, including from The Atlanta Journal Constitution and Microsoft.
Students enrolled in this program aren’t just playing games, they’re developing digital media for education, entertainment, healthcare, and research, too. This leads to a very broad level of expertise in computing hardware and software, so the careers open to these students are as varied as the content they‘re creating.
Does the idea of studying human-computer interaction, simulation, artificial intelligence, or the history and theory of gaming sound exciting to you? How about developing content for emerging domains like MMOG or mobile gaming?
If so, let KSU’s degree in Computer Game Design and Development be the launching pad for your career. When it comes time to graduate, you could be among the best in the world at what you do!