Game Design & Development
Trevecca’s game design and development concentration is available to students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in information technology, graphic design or computer science. This specialized track allows you to use cutting-edge technologies to design creative solutions and programs based on game theory, and it equips you to apply your skills in a variety of settings.
- Graduate with the skills you need to be competitive in the job market.
- Learn from faculty who possess high degrees in their fields, who have relevant and valuable real-world experience and who make an effort to know you personally.
- Enjoy our small class sizes and supportive campus community.
- Take advantage of incredible internships and jobs available in the exciting Nashville market.
What to Expect
If you are pursuing your bachelor’s degree in information technology, graphic design or computer science, you can select our game design and development concentration to break into an exciting, competitive and growing field.
Building upon the core foundations of your degree, this concentration teaches you how to design creative solutions based on a clear understanding of game theory. It also allows you to develop your skills using leading cutting-edge game technologies like Maya and Unreal. Our dedicated and experienced faculty also teach you how to apply your knowledge and skills in a variety of contexts.
Why Choose Trevecca?
Founded in 1901 and a leader in online education for more than two decades, Trevecca helps students discover and pursue an individual calling by providing innovative instruction; cultivating a supportive, Christ-centered community; and establishing relationships that open doors.
Recognized nationally and locally for academic quality, Trevecca has earned a reputation for providing the world with servant leaders, problem solvers and difference makers. Trevecca’s holistic approach to education encompasses intellectual, social, emotional, physical and spiritual growth.
As a Christian university, we offer programs that explore the ways faith intersects with your field of study. This means you can gain your degree in a supportive, Christian community with small classroom sizes and engaged faculty members who care about you and your goals.