Digital Interactive Games, Minor
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The gaming industry offers a variety of jobs, from designer to programmer to producer, in a number of industries, including business, music and computing.
This minor is open to all students. We especially encourage students from arts, journalism, education, and anyone interested in simulations and in computer and video games to consider pursuing this minor.
Requirements for the minor in digital interactive games
The minor requires seven courses. Requirements for computer science and engineering majors differ from requirements for students with other majors. You can view course requirements on the course catalog, but because class offerings and requirements may change, you should always meet with your advisor to ensure your class schedule meets your needs.
The remaining two courses can be drawn from computer science and engineering, art or journalism, and they can be tailored to your interests in the field, such as artificial intelligence, interactive media or graphics.
Eligible courses may include classes such as the following:
- CS 420 Human Computer Interaction
- CS 480 Graphics
- CS 481 Advanced Game Development
- CS 482 Artificial Intelligence
- CS 483 Artificial Intelligence Programming
- CPE 481 Embedded Games Development
- Art 345 Sound and Image
- ART 350 Advanced Digital Media
- ART 441 Seminar on Art and Technology
- ART 451 Problems in Digital Media
- JOUR 354 Game Design for Journalists
- JOUR 451 Interactive Media
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