• Video Game Programming APEARN A 3rd YEAR MATH, FINE ART, AND CTE CREDIT TOWARD GRADUATION WHILE PREPARING FOR A REWARDING CAREER RIGHT OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL! 

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    Program Description: The Video Game Programming program is an advanced program in “creating makers of technology”. Students create video games using trigonometry and higher math, computer programming in C, C++, C#, and Java as well as 2D and 3D computer animation. Make video games using the Unity Engine and develop virtual reality interactive applications. With guidance from the program partner, DigiPen Institute of Technology, the course prepares students for skills necessary for video game industry’s biggest need: qualified video game programmers and artists. Many of DigiPen’s college graduates have secured positions with top companies such as Nintendo, Interplay, DreamWorks Interactive, KnowWonder, and Valve. 

    Students may choose to sit for the Advanced Placement Exam.  

    High School Equivalency Credits: Students earn 3.0 credits per year allocated as 1.0 3rd year Math, 1.0 Fine Art, 1.0 Career Technical Education. See how these credits satisfy graduation requirements in the Program of Study. 

    College Credits: Credits available through DigiPen Institute of Technology: up to 7 credits

    Career Pathways: Software Engineer, Software Developer, Computer Programmer, Engine Programmer, Graphics Programmer, Tools Programmer, AI Programmer, Gameplay Programmer, Physics Engine Programmer, Web Developer/Designer, Software Tester, Virtual Reality Engineer 

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