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Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design Degree Program

Are you passionate about video games and interested in pursuing a career in the exciting field of game design? The Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design with a Concentration in Game Design is a comprehensive program designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in the rapidly evolving gaming industry.

Throughout your coursework, you will learn the foundations of game design, development, and application as well as 2D animation and graphics and basic 3D animation design for use in interactive digital environments. By enrolling in the Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design with a Concentration in Game Design, students will embark on an exciting journey that combines their passion for gaming with a solid educational foundation. They will gain the necessary skills, knowledge, and practical experience to succeed in the dynamic field of game design.

Concentration Courses

Admissions Requirement

10th, 11th, and 12th Grade Transcripts with a GPA of 2.3/4.0.

High School Certificate with a percentage no less than 77-79%.

Proof of English Proficiency (5.5 IELTS or 61 TOEFL).

Career Paths

As a graduate, you will be prepared for a successful career in the gaming industry, equipped for roles such as:

UI/UX Designer

Responsible for researching user needs, creating wire-frames and prototypes, designing visually appealing interfaces, conducting usability testing, collaborating with development teams, ensuring accessibility, and iterating on designs to deliver user-centric and aesthetically pleasing digital products.

Video Game Designer

Responsible for creating video games by designing how they work, writing the computer code for them, and managing the overall development process. They work with different teams to make sure the games have fun features, interesting stories, and great graphics and sounds.

Game Developer/Programmer

Responsible for designing and building video games by writing the computer code that makes them run, creating the interactive elements, and solving technical challenges to ensure the game works well for players.

Multimedia Designer or Animator

Responsible for crafting visual elements, such as graphics, animations, and interactive media, to enhance the appeal and engagement of various digital projects, including websites, videos, and presentations.

Admission Process


Complete the enrollment/application form 


Receive a call for an interview with our admissions team


Our Admission Committee will inform the final decision

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