Computer Information Technology (Game Development)
(Certificate/Diploma, and Associate's, 2 Years)
For a position in Programming / Software Engineering
Campus:Yes Online: Yes
In state: 90 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
Out of state: 310 US Dollars (USD) per Semester
Non-US National (Overseas Students): 0 US Dollars (USD) per
What CLC game Development Students are doing in class: Students create a video game demo to show
potential employers.Students examine the cultural and social aspects of games from early man to current
Students design key components for an original game including character designs, back story, obstacles, strategies, rules, scoring systems and level designs. Students study games from the perspective of the game design, game implementation and real world simulation points of view.
Students learn how to use a typical game engine and its scripts to design, implement and test interactive computer games. Students learn step by step how to use math and physics to improve their levels of game development. Topics include trigonometry snippets, vector and matrix operations, transformations, momentum and collision and 1D/2D/3D motion.
Students create and develop 3D animations. Students learn animation techniques including: image manipulation, lighting, wire frames, vector points, drawing, video and audio. Students develop and design interactive presentations, animations and Web sites
$81.00 per credit hour for Summer 2010 $90.00 per credit hour for Fall 2010
Defined as students 18 or older who have lived in district 532 other
than as a student at a post-secondary
school or correctional institution for at least 30 days; a dependent
student under 18 whose parent or guardian
lives in the district; military personnel stationed in the district and
$206.00 per credit hour for Summer 2010 $230.00 per credit hour for Fall 2010
Defined as residents of Illinois who live outside district 532.
$277.00 per credit hour for Summer 2010 $310.00 per credit hour for Fall 2010
Defined as students who are not legal residents of Illinois.