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Get a Graduate Degree in Game Design from Full Sail University

Posted on August 5th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

web_design_center_1_837x470Pursuing a graduate degree in video game design is a dream come true for many international students. However, as with any other discipline, planning the particulars of a video game design degree that will fit the particular interests and limitations of the student is of paramount importance. With a discipline as diverse as game design, the need to plan the specifics are especially pressing. Therefore, international students aspiring toward a graduate degree in game design from an institution in the United States should first decide what sort of game design degree they would like to receive, as this will determine what role on a design team they will occupy prior to being given control over bringing to life their own comprehensive gaming vision.

Graduate degrees in game design take the form of either a Master of Science (MS), Master of Arts (MA), or Master of Fine Arts (MFA). The type of video game design major an international student chooses will determine their specialization and role on a design team—i.e. their career prospects. International students will find that employers most often seek video game design majors who are pursuing a Master of Science degree, this in mainly due to their exceptional programming and computer science foundations. That being the case, a graduate degree in game design from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida has never been a better choice for international students hoping to take a video game design major!

The MS in game design offered at Full Sail University is a reputable program with a well-rounded curriculum. In addition to becoming familiar and competent with the overall process of creating a video game from beginning to release, graduates of Full Sail’s program receive a strong and highly prized education in computer science and programming. The skills acquired by international students receiving graduate degrees in game design from Full Sail University are some of the most in-demand skills within the game design job market. Being able to take on programming-based assignments nearly ensures those international students will grab the attention of employers upon graduation.

Written by Bryanna Davis

Bryanna joined EIC in 2011 after returning to the United States from teaching English in China. Her interest in international education, sparked initially by her own study abroad experience in Wales, led her to the company. Bryanna is originally from Missouri and is a graduate from the University of Central Missouri.

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