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Simulation and Animation Design

Course Description: Simulation and Animation Design I

This course encompasses the foundation skills necessary in the game design industry. Content such as safety, ethical issues, video game history, career opportunities, game mechanics, and photography, with emphasis placed on real-world, hands-on practice related to illustration, level design, character development, and animation is offered to students. Students will receive two ( 2) Carnegie units upon completion of the course.

 

Course Description: Simulation and Animation Design II

This course focuses on audio design, programming, and video game production. This course gives students the opportunity to produce a final video game project that incorporates the skills and knowledge learned in the Simulation and Animation Design I course, allowing the students the chance to showcase what they have learned and accomplished. Upon the completion of this course, the students also will have put the finishing touches on a video game portfolio that is cumulative of their work throughout all semesters of simulation and animation design. Students will receive  two (2) Carnegie units upon completion of the course.