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Daniel Webster College introduces a video game programming certificate.
Nashua, NH – The video game business is growing every year and the demand for qualified programmers increases. Responding to the market demand DWC decided to build upon their current course offerings and create more opportunity for their students. The program has been developed to create skills that can used through out the technical field. Students will be introduced to concepts that include project development, programming and 3D deign.
Students will create real projects individually and as a team to help them develop skills needed for project development. Projects will include concepts such as extreme programming and testing to complete fully functioning games. Many of these concepts are project management fundaments that are used by current game and fortune 500 companies. By participating in these exercises students will be create a work flow process for bring a concept to a finished product.
Developing a modern video game depends on many of the current technologies used into today’s job market. These technologies are applied to many modern applications which include security, database design, software development and interactive web based solutions. The suit of courses includes programming languages C, C++, and active scripting languages. Tools for the development process include Macromedia Flash and visual studio.net. Other courses available will include PHP, SQL and networking. 3d design will concentrate on the overall theories used to create virtual worlds and development tools such as MAYA and 3Dmax.
The school has taken an innovative approach to creating a cirulem that is interesting and practical for the students. The overall design of the program will allow students to expand on their certificate and move forward into degree granting programs. Daniel Webster colleges success will be built on traditional courses combined with the skills that are being sought by all aspect of the information technology sector.
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