What is the Game Design Apprenticeship?
Students who are interested in the video game industry become professional game developers in the Game Design Apprenticeship. With the instruction of CPTV on-air animator Sam Hockaday, game design students gain professional skills like storyboarding, programming, and animation.
How Does it Benefit Students?
Game Design prepares students for their futures. They receive and provide feedback to each other in a thorough critique processes with a professional animator and video game developer. Students also become powerful storytellers by creating strong storylines, dialogue, and characters in their video games. They practice project management and time management in a student-centered space by pitching full video game concepts to their peers and the media professionals at CPBN.
Which Skills Do Students Develop?
The Game Design Apprenticeship is a student-centered space, where students create their own video games and gain hands-on experience and instruction in the following areas:
- Digital art
- Traditional art
- Creating storylines
- 3D animation
For more information about JMA and enrollment opportunities, contact the SVP of Education: