Game Programmers drive the game development process; creating the framework, functionality and interaction in the game. Regarded as the essential ingredient in the development process, game programmers are highly valued and continually in demand.
The course teaches students languages and technologies used in the games industry, including C++, C#, OpenGL, game engines as well as developing problem-solving skills. This program has been developed in response to industry needs and runs for two years, full-time.
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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