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  • Indiana University

    -- Bloomington, IN  
  • Department of Telecommunications
    1229 East Seventh Street
    Bloomington, IN  47405-5501
    US
  • 812-855-3828
  • 812-855-7955
  • castro@indiana.edu
  • http://games.indiana.edu/
  • Game Design (Certificate/Diploma, BSc, BA/BGA, Major in Telecommunications and take game design courses as part of the production sequence. Early on, take object-oriented programming courses in Informatics and digital media electives in Fine Arts and Music., For more information, and visit http://games.indiana.edu/, 4 Years)
    For a position in Game Design

    Game Programming (BSc, BA/BGA, Certificate/Diploma, Major in Computer Science and take as much object-oriented programming as you can. Go after the Game Studies Certificate in Telecommunications and focus on the video game production courses., For more information, and visit http://games.indiana.edu/, 4 Years)
    For a position in Programming / Software Engineering

    Game Art (Certificate/Diploma, BSc, BA/BGA, Major in Fine Arts and take as much digital art as you can. Go after the Game Studies Certificate in Telecom and focus on the courses they offer in 3D animation, Flash, and web design., For more information, and visit http://games.indiana.edu/, 4 Years)
    For a position in Art / Animation

    Game Audio (Certificate/Diploma, BSc, BA/BGA, Major in Music and take as many digital audio courses as you can. Go after the Game Studies Certificate in Telecommunications and focus on the video game production courses., For more information, and visit http://games.indiana.edu/, 4 Years)
    For a position in Audio Design

    Game Business and Legal (MSc, Certificate/Diploma, BSc, BA/BGA, As an undergraduate, Major in Business or Pre-Law., Business: Focus on software development or marketing as an undergraduate, or take the Industry and Management track in Telecom. Then go for an MBA at the Kelley School and sign up for the joint MBA/MS degree in Business and Telecommunications. Back in Tel, Law: Focus on media, entertainment, and intellectual property as an undergraduate. Take games & society courses in Telecom. Go for a JD in the Maurer School and sign up for the joint MA/JD in Law and Telecom. In Telecom, take the game-related advanced cou, For more information, and visit http://games.indiana.edu/, 4 Years)
    For a position in Production (Producer)

    Certificate in Game Studies (Certificate/Diploma, The Certificate in Game Studies is issued by the Telecom Department to students in other majors who take a sequence of game related courses. The courses involve hands-on, practical experience in making real video games. Students are given leadership roles, For more information, and visit http://games.indiana.edu/, 4 Years)
    For a position in Other Gaming Disciplines

    MS Game Design (MSc, Advanced students may take a 2-year program in Game Design through the Department of Telecommunications. Focus is on hands-on production to develop your game portfolio., Visit, and http://www.indiana.edu/~telecom/graduate/, 2 Years)
    For a position in Game Design

    PhD Game Telemetry (PhD, Advanced students can pursue a PhD in a number of departments that lead to careers in game telemetry (analysis of game statistics). For information, visit:, and http://games.indiana.edu/ad_game_telemetry.html, 5 Years)
    For a position in Other Gaming Disciplines

  • Campus:Yes         Online: No
  • In state: 4062 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
    Out of state: 13393 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
    Non-US National (Overseas Students): 13393 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
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  • 15:1
  • Indiana University fosters students' game careers through many different majors and programs. Game production students generally congregate in the Telecommunications Department and the Hoosier Games game production student club. 

    For a current guide to game education at Indiana University-Bloomington, visit

    http://games.indiana.edu/


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