Game Arts MinorDownload PDF
The Game Arts minor studies digital games as a developing practice of visual and interactive art. Students will study contemporary and historical games while creating their own using industry tools. This minor introduces the fundamentals of computer programming while focusing on original conceptual development, entrepreneurial arts practice, and digital art-making tools. This minor supports any student interested in creating digital interactive artwork or seeking a deeper understanding of one of the fastest-growing creative industries.
To earn the Game Arts minor, students must complete the courses listed below:
AR 113 - Three-Dimensional Design
AR 216 - Arts and Entrepreneurship
AR 218 - Introduction to Digital Game Development
AR 356 - 3D Modelling and Animation I
AR 361 - Digital Game Development II