Computer Games and Simulation Design
Associate of Applied Science - Curriculum Code 8300
This program is designed to prepare individuals for transfer or employment in a variety of positions including game/simulation designer, programmer or developer. The focus of the program is development of multidisciplinary skills necessary for a career in game and simulation design with emphasis on creation of real games.
Career information for this program
|Fall Semester (First Year) |
||Introduction to Computer Games and Simulations
||Introduction to Programming in C# OR <
||Introduction to Computer Science >
||College Composition I
||College Algebra >
||College 101 ^
Spring Semester (First Year)
||2D Game Programming >
||Game App for Emergent Platforms>
||Introduction to Psychology OR
||Introduction to Sociology
|Science Elective (with lab) **
Fall Semester (Second Year)
||3D Game Programming >
||3-D Modeling and Animation >
||Object Oriented Programming >
Spring Semester (Second Year)
||3D Game Level Design >
||Serious Games and Simulations >
||Advance Game Programming >
|Arts and Humanities Elective ***
|General Elective +
|Total Credit Hours: 61/62|
1. > Indicates that this course has a prerequisite.
2. OR Indicates that a student may select either course which may have an effect on the total credit hours.
3. ** Science Elective selected from ASTY 151, BIOG 151, BIOG 152, BIOG 159, CHMY 161, PSSC 156, PSSC 157.
4. *** To be selected from: ARTS 243, 244, 245, 246, HUMS 271, 274, 281, THTR 151, 185 or divisional approval for another elective. Students intending to transfer should consult with the intended transfer institution or with an LCCC counselor or advisor for transfer information. See current LCCC catalog for information about transfer module courses.
5. + Students intending to transfer should select a course from the Social Science courses in the General Education/Transfer Module (See current LCCC catalog). Students not intending to transfer should consult with LCCC counseling to ensure that they will meet the credit hour requirements for the AAS degree.
6. ^ A student must register for the orientation course when enrolling for more than six credit hours per semester or any course that would result in an accumulation of thirteen or more credit hours.
Established January 2008
Revised November 2013
Effective August 2014