Game Design & Production
Game designers are the visionaries and evangelists for a game development project. They thrive on new ideas and are always thinking about how users will interact and enjoy the experience that they’ve created. A great game designer possesses a combination of technical knowledge, artistic skill and most importantly, the ability to communicate and understand people.
Game designers spend significant amounts of time writing detailed documents specifying game mechanics, environments, playable characters and the game’s nemesis. This detail extends right down to how a particular item might behave, be animated and sound.
Game Design is a two year, full-time course written by experienced game designers, in consultation with local and international studios, to produce innovative graduates who will lead the next generation of game development.
STUDY MODE OPTIONS: CAMPUS | ONLINE | EVENINGS
Students can study this program in the following modes:
|Study Mode||Campus||Day and times||Hours per week|
|Face to Face||AIE Campus in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra or Adelaide||Weekdays, 9am to 5pm||20 hours (full-time)|
|Online Day-time||AIE Online Campus||Weekdays, 9am to 5pm AEST||20 hours (full-time)|
|Online Evenings||AIE Online Campus||Weeknights, 5pm to 9pm AEST||20 hours (full-time)|
|Online Part-time||AIE Online Campus||Weeknights, 5pm to 9pm AEST||Flexible, between 4 - 20 hours|
NATIONALLY-ACCREDITED QUALIFICATIONSThis two-year, full-time program has been developed with industry and is delivered through the following qualifications:
|Year 1||CUA51020 Diploma of Screen and Media||096612M|
|delivered in conjunction with|
|ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology||102768C|
|Year 2||10702NAT Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development||098405B|
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