SET transcends the traditional classroom framework by placing a greater emphasis on hands-on scientific research experience. Our graduates are accepted into medical and dental schools at 1.5 times the national rate.
In this graduate certificate program, you will learn to evaluate, design and create educational computer games. These games can be developed to target any population, circumstance or situation to teach, train or practice any skill or topic. You may be an educator who wants to make games for your classes, or a parent who would like to create some for your children, or just interested in how games can help someone learn.
The certificate requires four classes (12 credit hours) that can also be used toward a Master’s of Computer Science or Computer Information Systems.
Certificate in Educational Computer Gaming — Degree Plan
To participate in this graduate certificate, students must have an undergraduate degree in a technology-related field (or equivalent experience) and have completed at least two computer programming classes with a B- or better. Students need computer programming as a skill they already have.
For specific admission requirements, visit the catalog here.