What are the best colleges for someone interested in video game design or development?
Rochester Institute of Technology is prob the best,
some other choices are
Worcester Polytechnic Institute has an exceptional program
I don't know about a video game design school, but there are many technical colleges that offer associates degrees in video game developing. For example, in Georgia, Gwinnett Technical College offers an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Computer Simulation & Game Development. It is a 2-year degree program that prepares you for a career in game development. The classes you would are classes like Game Development, Game Physics, Game Artificial, Computer Programming, and Microcomputers…
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There are a few colleges that offer video game-specific degrees. Try Digipen, Guild Hall, Ringling, and SCAD. There are many other colleges that offer degrees in game development now, even community colleges. You'll want to watch out for these, though, because the professors may not be as knowledgeable. You should always aim to be taught by industry professionals because the industry is always changing anyway and each studio has different needs. Just make sure that…