Digital Entertainment Technology (BS)
Digital Entertainment Technology (DET) is an interdisciplinary degree that prepares students for careers in animation, computer-generated imagery, game development, and related areas in the film and gaming industries.
An interdisciplinary approach covering theory from visual art, storytelling and game development
Flexibility to concentrate on scientific computing, software engineering, or game development
An excellent foundation for graduate school
Areas of Concentration:
- Digital Design – deepens exposure to artistic theories and skills that are useful in the creative process of film or game development
- Film and Media Production – focuses on deepening skills primarily focused on film production and special effects
- Game Development – prepares students to enter the game development field as level designers, while learning the fundamentals of all the types of software used in developing games–from concept to publishing
This major requires an 18-hour support area that complements Digital Entertainment Technology, such as: Art, Business, Information Technology or another area of interest to the student.