Why Choose NEIT for Video Game Development and Design?
You will immerse yourself in a solid, comprehensive program of knowledge and skills for both video game development and design. Named one of the top national schools for video game design by Princeton Review, the program at New England Tech lets you choose from our 5 degree programs that feature hands-on, state-of-the-art hardware with industry standard software. You will learn from industry leaders in, specialized labs, which include the HP Gaming Lab, with very high-end workstations, the Design Lab, with twenty Cintiq Workstations and the Main Game Lab. You will be able to work in the Main Game Lab, featuring a motion capture stage, VR/AR equipment, and the Game Library, outside of class time.
Our small class sizes and industry-experienced faculty mean you will get plenty of opportunities to prepare for a variety of career paths in the electronic and simulation industries. Pursuing our programs, you can develop advanced skills necessary to develop and implement games on various platforms, including phones, tablets, Nintendo, and Xbox. You will learn coding skills for new technologies such as VR/AR games and the advanced skills to develop and maintain backend servers for game player data. You’ll also gain sought-after project management and team-based collaboration skills, giving you a well-rounded approach to both technology implementation and professional business savvy. Gear up to learn everything from video game concept to production, and how to make your creative vision a reality, putting you on a fast track to a dynamic, rewarding career in the video game design or related field.
Associate Degree Program
You can complete the associate degree program in just 18 months, making you ready to take on entry level positions like 3D modeler, game programmer, video game designer, video game programmer, and more.
Bachelor’s Degree Program
Graduate in as little as 36 months for positions such as game programmer, video game designer, environmental artist, 3D character artist, UI/UX designer, and more.