Game Studies Graduate Minor

The GAME STUDIES GRADUATE MINOR is a set of courses that fosters graduate level critical, theoretical, and methodological approaches to game studies. This degree has been designed for students who have been admitted to the Graduate College in any campus program, whose research or professional interests with the study and design of games, gaming, game design and the digital, VR/XR and AI technologies involved with the crafting of interactive systems and interfaces relevant to the game, film, education, and media industries, as well as a range of other emerging professions.

The Graduate minor consist of 1 CORE COURSE and 8 UNITS OF ELECTIVES

Contact for more information: go.illinois.edu/gsdgradminor

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