The DigiPen Game Development Academy is a challenging, multidisciplinary experience designed to teach students how to create video games using math, physics, computer science, art and animation, sound and music, and game design principles. Student are challenged to use higher order thinking and problem solving skills as they are guided through a variety of game projects. These projects require students to go beyond the academic concepts to see how they must be integrated to produce engaging experiences for players. The program culminates in a team-based project, where students will design and produce an original game. This course is equivalent to 1 applied math credit, 1 art credit, and 1 computer science credit. For more information contact a member of our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that due to the more comprehensive nature of this course, the program is 10 hours per week and is offered as a year-long program only. Students will participate in 2.5 hours of lecture and 2.5 hours of lab on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Smaller class ratios will allow instructors to work closely with students.
This course is open to students in Grades 8 through 12. This class requires that students have successfully completed Algebra 1.
Refer to the Homeschool Programs page for the 2016 - 2017 school year schedule. Please note that this course is a full year course and students are expected to attend a full day of class on both Tuesday and Thursday.
The tuition for the DigiPen Game Development Academy is $5250 per 32-week course. A $750 non-refundable deposit is due at the time of registration. The remaining $4500 will be paid in monthly installments of $500, which will be charged on the first of every month until the tuition is paid in full.