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
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.