Swinburne University of Technology
Bachelor of Games and Interactivity
Look closely at the role of games in contemporary society and how they are developing as a cultural industry. You’ll undertake a range of projects which focus on analog and digital games. You’ll also develop practical and creative research and communication skills in a games lab environment.
Your industry experience
Bolster your CV with real industry experience while you study through our Work Integrated Learning programs, guaranteed in all our bachelor degrees. In the units Games and Interactivity Project 1 and 2 (GAM30002 and GAM30003), you’ll team up to create a game that you’ll showcase at PAX Australia with the aim of releasing it to the public.
Skills you’ll learn
- Critical and analytical skills
- Creative problem solving skills
- Interdisciplinary team work skills
- Games industry standard software skills
- Planning, production and presentation skills
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