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WU GMD 100: Intro to Game Engines

This course introduces the workflow needed to build playable games using the assets created in other areas of the Game Design and Development Program. Activities will include the creation of design documents and the development of playable prototypes. Key concepts in game design and development such as game world design, level design, level balancing, and game character development will be addressed. Students explore the limitations of game engines. Students also study and exercise production methodologies and practices utilized by development studios to create stand-alone gaming applications.

Upon “successful” completion of this course, students will earn 3 college credits + 1 high school AP-weighted credit. This Wilmington University course is offered both Face-to-Face at New Castle ONLY.

F2F @ New Castle: Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer Semester

 

  • Level of Support: Tier 2 (Medium)
  • University: Wilmington University
  • Type: Face-to-Face @ WilmU campus, Semester
  • Instructor: WilmU Instructor
  • Grade Level: 11-12th
  • Cost: $121 tuition/ reg. fee + books/materials
  • Payment: Pay WilmU directly through MyWilmU portal, after registering for the course

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Transfer of College credit after attending through Early College Programs
Students who subsequently enroll in Dual Enrollment or Early College courses enjoy advanced standing. Many colleges and universities will generally accept credits earned through programs of this type. Some will not. Most colleges and universities will accept credits from other institutions if a grade of “C” or better is earned. The student and/or their parents/guardian should contact the college or university of their choice to determine whether Dual Enrollment or Early College credits will be accepted. Students may have to send an official transcript from the partnering higher education institution to the college or university of their choice to aid in the college’s decision. Each institution applies these credits differently.