With the Advancement of 3D accelerated graphics, video games now go far beyond the sprite-based 2D graphics to display visuals that are more realistic and lifelike. In the 15-credit 3D Video Game Animation minor, students learn how to create optimized 3D graphics and animations that will respond well for the player, and then apply interactivity to those pieces using industry-standard game creation platforms. Both first-person (rendered from the perspective of the payer’s character) and third-person (shown from a distance away from the player’s character) games are explored.

Required Courses (9 credits)

CGD 1313 Creative Imagery with Photoshop

ANIM 2240 Low Poly 3D Modeling

ANIM 2500 3D Computer Animation

Elective Courses (6 credits)

Select two of the following courses:

ANIM 3350 Game Creation using Unreal

ANIM 1650 Game Design

ANIM 3450 Game Creation using Unity

Contact Information
Robin Barkley

Course Descriptions