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Video Game Programming

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The Video Game Programming course is a two semester commitment. In the first semester students will use high level tools to allow them to develop their own video games. In the second semester, the mechanical aspects of Object Orientated Programming will be discussed.

Both classes require the student to have a minimum of a Windows 7 with a Core i5 or better laptop.

These classes take the student from high level conception and design of video game design to the low level programming languages used to talk to the computer and make objects from our own OOP libraries. The Course is a full year course designed to expand on the student's imagination and the programming concepts to allow the student to create products based on their enhanced understanding.

Our ultimate goal is to have games good enough to post on local web sites, games good enough to make our students proud of their creations and the confidence to continue with the creative process of game programming.
About program director
Mark Kaufman
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