Study Game Design in Geneva
The Minor in Games & Game Design at Webster University Geneva prepares you for a career in the game industry, developing your skills in game design and implementation across all platforms — computer and video games, mobile games, and analog games.
Students study and learn about video games and traditional games in a variety of contexts from sociology to platform development. The curriculum examines the business of games, game design ecosystems and principles of gamification, while developing game creation skills. Students work in teams to develop and create games and are encouraged to focus on an area of concentration that aligns with their interests such as animation or mobile games
Bachelor Program in Games & Game Design
The Webster Games and Game Design Program immerses students in the practices of team-focused game development. Students develop a deep understanding of the principles of game design as well as the tools and techniques critical to creating games. Students also gain insight into the social responsibilities of game designers. This program is focused on guiding students to develop strong portfolios of creative works aimed at impressing prospective employers.
Programs available in Geneva (links to external catalog)
Minor in Games & Game Design (PDF)
See Also: BA Media Studies
Jobs with a BA in Media Studies in combination with a Minor in Games and Game Design
- Game Designer
- QA Engineer / Playtester
- XR Developer
- Game Programmer
- Level Designer
- 3D Artist
- Virtual Production Engineer
- Narrative Designer for Games
- Serious Games Designer
- Game Producer
Play Webster Students' Games
Browse through the selection of games designed and developed in our classes by our students. All are available for play online.
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