For the 3rd year in a row, the Digital Entertainment Technology major has been recognized as one of the top undergraduate Game Design majors. That means that every year since the program has been eligible, the Princeton Review has ranked ACU’s DET major in the top 50 undergraduate programs, internationally.
The Princeton Review released its ninth annual ranking lists on March 13th, naming the best undergraduate and graduate schools for students to study and begin a career in game design. The publication surveyed 150 schools both in the United States and internationally that offer a degree or courses in the game design major, looking at many different aspects of the programs, such as facilities, academic offerings, and career outcomes along with 40 points of data in the areas of academics, faculty, technology and career. Readers can view the profiles of the ranked schools as well as learn more about the process the Princeton Review used to asses the schools by clicking on this link.
Rich Tanner, Clinical Professor of Digital Entertainment Technology, said “We are honored to receive this distinction yet again, and I am extremely proud of the hard work, dedication, and learning that our students are doing that make this recognition possible.”Dr. Brian Burton, Associate Professor of Digital Entertainment Technology, said “It thrilling to once again be recognized by the Princeton Review for what we have accomplished in game development. We have Digital Entertainment Technology majors all over the country working for major game companies and creating amazing content. This Spring semester we have already published Virtual Reality content to Steam and we are preparing games that will soon be announced.”