Game Programming Minor (M)

The Game Programming minor in Computer Science strives to introduce the student to the tools and techniques commonly used in the game programming industry.  Physics engines, blended animations, lighting, and game object scripting are all heavily represented.  Various 2D and 3D game genres are also discussed and implemented.


Required Courses
CSC 200Coding I- Fundamentals 13
CSC 210Animation I3
CSC 250Coding II - Algorithms3
CSC 300Coding III- Data Structures3
CSC 315Animation II3
CSC 370Software Engineering3
Total Hours18

Students should consider taking CSC 150 to satisfy the Core Mathematics requirement since CSC 150 is the pre-requisite for CSC 200.