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Simulation and Game Development

As more employers seek the increased productivity and performance made possible by computer technology, the demand for qualified individuals to perform these tasks increases.

Students in the Simulation and Game Development program will take the first year of classes at SPCC. The remainder of the degree must be completed at Central Piedmont Community College.


Credentials

The following crediential is possible with this program:

Associate of Applied Science Simulation and Game Development
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Note: The first two semesters of this degree are taken at South Piedmont, the remainder of the degree will be completed at Central Piedmont Community College.


Career opportunities

Possible job titles
Designer
Artist
Animator
Programmer
Database Administrator
Tester
Quality Assurance Analyst
Engineer
Administrator

Industries
Entertainment
Health care
Engineering
Forensics
Education
NASA
Government

Entry Salary ranges: $34,000 - $56,000 (www.cbsalary.com)


Simulation and Game Development program contact


Oscar Gonzalez
Faculty
Computer Information Technology

 

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