Information Technology Sciences: Gaming & Simulation
(BSc, 4 Years)
For a position in Programming / Software Engineering
Campus:Yes Online: No
In state: 13,590 US Dollars (USD) per Year
Out of state: 17,010 US Dollars (USD) per Year
Non-US National (Overseas Students): 17,010 US Dollars (USD) per Year
The Information Technology Sciences: Gaming & Simulation major is the first, and only, program of its kind offered by a public college in Pennsylvania. The major exposes students to the core skills that allow graduates to design and create applications for a range of existing and emerging fields, such as commerce, entertainment, education, training, emergency management, recruitment, and health sciences. The curriculum is designed to give students a well rounded knowledge in gaming and simulation design and programming, as well as knowledge in mathematics, physics, sciences, IT security, networking, Web applications, databases, communication, and liberal arts.
Pennsylvania College of Technology is ranked among the top public colleges in the north and is one of the nation’s top 100 associate degree producers. As a special mission affiliate of Penn State committed to applied technology education, Penn College offers bachelor, associate, and certificate majors to nearly 6,000 students in more than 100 career fields ranging from manufacturing, design, transportation, and construction to hospitality, health, business, and natural resources. Business/industry connections, national corporate sponsors, small classes, industry-standard equipment, and faculty with work experience in their disciplines contribute to strong graduate placement rates.