Game Art & Design

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Game Art & Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Published June 1, 2016
This program can be completed on ground, blended (plus) or online.

Student Learning Outcomes

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Program Courses

FNDA105 Design Fundamentals
FNDA110 Observational Drawing
FNDA150 Digital Color Theory
GADA101 Introduction to Game Development
GADA102 Interactive Storytelling
MAAA102 Life Drawing and Gesture
MAAA213 3D Modeling
FNDA135 Image Manipulation
MAAA223 Hard Surface and Organic Modeling
MAAA202 Character and Object Design
FNDA120 Perspective Drawing
MAAA111 Animation Principles
GADA203 Texture Mapping for Games
GADA202 Game Design and Game Play
GADA205 Concept Design and Illustration
MAAA243 Material and Lighting
GADA212 Level Design
GADA213 Game Modeling
GADA223 Advanced Hard Surface and Organic Modeling
GADA233 Material and Lighting for Games
MAAA242 Character Modeling
GADA243 Programming for Artists
GADA253 Environmental Modeling
GADA302 Mobile and Social Game Design
GADA303 Game Prototyping
GADA222 Advanced Level Design
MAAA303 3D Character Rigging
GADA314 Team Production Planning
GADA313 Advanced Game Prototyping
GADA323 Team Production I
GADA312 Game Animation
GADA403 Team Production II
GADA409 Portfolio I
GADA406 Internship
GADA419 Portfolio II
Non GE Electives (2)

General Education Courses

ARCA106 History of Architecture
ARHA125 History of Western Art I
ARHA126 History of Western Art II
CGSA202 Computer Concepts and 2-D Application
COMA205 Introduction to Popular Culture
COMA112 Principles of Communication
ENCA101 English Composition I
ENCA102 English Composition II
ENGA201 Creative Writing
GE Electives (2)
MATA101 College Algebra
MATA201 College Geometry
PHLA105 Philosophy of Aesthetics
PSYA101 Introduction to Psychology
SCIA105 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
SCIA125 Environmental Science OR SCIA206 Introduction to Physics

Total Credits for Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree 180

Program Electives

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Note: The Art Institute of Tampa (a branch of Miami International University of Art & Design) reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.