Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Information Technology in Games Technology
Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Have you considered the possibility of taking your passion for gaming and turning it into a successful career? With increasing opportunities available, you’ll gain the skills needed to work in both the international games industry and the information technology industry. In this degree, you’ll learn the practical software engineering and programming skills required to design and build games, simulation engines and interactive visualisation software applications. You’ll also explore 3D software design and programming, Artificial Intelligence (AI), game play and design, graphics programming, interactive virtual environments and multiuser games programming.
Total credit points: 120
- Games Technology
Standard entry requirements
Australian year 12 or equivalent
Domestic: $63,986 International: $154,200