FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS GAMDF-AD Game Development-Design

Overview

This program is currently under development. Additional information will be added as it becomes available. Prospective students should continue to check this page for updates.

  • Two-year advanced diploma
  • Co-op work experience
  • September entry date
  • Innovation Centre, Exchange District Campus, Winnipeg
  • Annual application deadline: May 16 (The annual deadline after this year will be April 30)
  • Special selection program

Game Development is focused on providing graduates with the skill sets needed to pursue careers in video game development.  A foundational pillar of this program is to solve creative and technical challenges in a collaborative team-based environment, allowing students to build a relevant portfolio of work showcasing their skills.
Game Development Art blends different genres of games and interactive experiences will be explored and developed. To learn about games, we make games!

Co-op
 
Students will participate in a 12 week paid co-op in their field of study. Co-operative education integrates classroom theory with related on-the-job-training by alternating terms of academic study and employment. It allows the student to gain valuable industry experience, make industry contacts, and attain a competitive advantage for job search upon graduation. The student will also gain practical knowledge about the workplace environment, including expectations, behaviours and ethics required to be successful.

For information on the program contact Tom Lepp at tlepp@rrc.ca

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