HDSDG – Full time

Digital and Interactive Games

Turn your ideas and imagination into reality.

 

One of the largest and fastest growing industries, Digital and Interactive media has really exploded.  Today almost every business relies on digital media, as cloud computing, social media and 3D experiences form part of our everyday lives.

An industry that does not rely on a formal qualification, but more likely a very strong portfolio, it is vital you are capable and can demonstrate your skills.  Sometimes referred to as the 100 billion $$$ industry, this is a great direction into the future of employment.

Students will develop skills and knowledge to work in a variety of areas within the digital and interactive games industry.  Learn how to design games and programming skills needed to work on digital games independently or as a part of a team.

Start down the road to an exciting new career.

 

Subjects

WHS:Contribute to implementing and maintaining WHS consultation and participation processes
GAM501:
Create design concepts for digital games and 3-D media
GAM503:
Create a complex 3-D interactive computer game
GAM523:
Collaborate in the design of 3-D game levels and environments
ICT419:
Work effectively in the digital media industry
PRG501:
Apply advanced object-oriented language skills
GAM511:
Manage testing of games and interactive media 
GAM526:
Create complex 3-D characters for games
GAM521:
Create interactive 3-D environments for digital games
GAM515:
Design and create advanced particles, fluids and bodies for 3-D digital effects
GAM528:
Create games for mobile devices
GAM516:
Animate a 3-D character for digital games
PRG501:
Apply advanced object-oriented language skills
GAM517:
Produce a digital animation sequence
GAM519:
Manage technical art and rigging in 3-D animation
PMG501:
Manage ICT projects

Entry Requirements

No previous experience or studies in the design field are necessary to apply; all you need is a desire to create and innovate.

Course Duration

12 months, 2 days per week; 9.30am-4.30pm Tuesday and Thursday.

Assessments

Students will be assessed throughout the course on a combination of both research assignments and practical projects.