• Quick facts about the Digital Simulation & Gaming (DSG) Bachelor of Science degree:

    • A dynamic, broad-based program of study
    • We focus on computer science, computer programming, and graphics programming
    • Additional supporting coursework in math, physics, arts, and design complete the degree
    • Ranked #7 on the Princeton Review's list of Top Undergraduate Schools to Study Video Game Design for 2012 and 2013. See this link for more information.


    SGET students work closely with the students in the sister degree:
    Game & Simulation Development Arts.

    The two degrees focus on a broad range of skills and subjects. Skilled artists, programmers, and designers work together to bring a project from concept to fruition. These intertwined programs of study offer a unique perspective on this exciting discipline.

    Students interested in the SGET degree program may also be interested in the Computer Engineering Technology (CET) degree program:
    http://www.ssucet.org.

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