Interactive and Game Design
Interactive design has the ability to connect users with the digital world — including web, mobile, and gaming environments.Incorporating the artistic and technical aspects of interactive media prepare you to work anywhere innovative thinking is required — from game development to marketing agencies.
Through your degree in Interactive and Game Design, you'll learn to create user-centered experiential art. Courses such as Design Fundamentals and Simulation VR will challenge you to solve complex design problems and build interactive spaces and simulations. You'll learn to conceptualize, prototype, and create concepts that shape user experiences, equipping you with the creative and technological skills that are in high demand in today’s rapidly evolving visual communication environment.
Design Your FuturePlayful and interactive experiences make up the fastest growing segment of the entertainment industry. Combining artistic practice and expression with new media technology prepares you to work in this $18 billion industry.
Build a FoundationStudents often engage in the study of drawing, literature, art history, and acting, allowing them to bring greater understanding to their work.
Become a Better DesignerGood designers understand user needs. Courses in Usability and Media Analytics will provide insight into user behavior and help you to understand the metrics that inform good design decisions.
- 3D Modeling
- Character Generation
- Level Design
- Lighting and Texturing
- Character Rigging
Put Your Skills to the TestApply the theory you’ve learned through a
semester-long senior project. Create a game, an art installation, or interactive story.
Choose a FocusCHOOSE A FOCUS Combining core courses with an interdisciplinary concentration in programming or art and cinema will allow you to further diversify your skill set.
Student Work: UX Design
All freshman applicants to Florida Southern Colleges full-time degree programs must submit the following information:
Applying to Florida Southern as a transfer student is easy.
- A completed application form
- Personal statement
- All official college transcripts
- Social standing form
If transferring less than 24 credits, we also need your:
- Official high school transcript
- SAT and/or ACT scores
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