Ever wondered how your favourite video games are developed? As a software developer and computer programmer, you can help turn an idea into a video or mobile game. With increasing opportunities in this growing industry, this programme will help you gain the skills needed to work in both the international games industry and information technology industry.
In this Degree programme, you will learn game software design and the development and processes involved in creating computer, mobile and video games. You will also explore 3D graphics and animation, game mechanics, game software development and production, user interface design for games, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and interaction design. In the final year of your programme, you will take part in an IT Professional Practice Project unit, which includes working in a team with other students and consulting with real clients.
Equipping yourself with a Double Major Degree in Games Software Design and Production helps you to develop and implement new technologies to solve business problems.
Polytechnic Diploma holders receive exemptions and gain direct entry to Year 2 of the Degree programme1. You can complete your programme in 16 months instead of 28 months2. You can look forward to starting your careers and earning sooner, possibly even one year earlier. You also have the flexibility to plan your schedule and study at your own pace while you are working.
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Student Membership with the Centre of Strategic Cyberspace and International Studies (CSCIS)
All students will be entitled to a waiver of membership fee of their initial application for membership with the CSCIS. The CSCIS supports members in their ongoing career development and benefits include dedicated industry talks and sessions, networking opportunities, and updates on cyber security-related topics.
Established in the United Kingdom and headquartered in London, the CSCIS is a bipartisan, multilateral and international non-profit organisation. It seeks to advance global cyberspace security and prosperity by providing strategic insights for cyberspace and policy solutions to decision-makers.
The CSCIS focus on cyberspace provides advancement on international cyber policy with an emphasis on defence and security, regional and transnational cyber challenges, ranging from critical infrastructures, technology, cybercrime, terrorism, and research to national security, development and economic integration. Since its inception, the CSCIS has worked to develop practical solutions for today’s cyberspace challenges.
An entry-level applications programmer (1-3 years of experience) earns an average salary of S$67,006. On the other hand, a senior-level applications programmer (8+ years of experience) earns an average salary of S$117,8653.
Interested in innovating technology that benefits our society’s economic and social wellbeing? Join the rapidly evolving technology industry and bring your revolutionary ideas to life.
The games industry in Singapore is heating up. According to Infocomm Media Development Authority, it is Singapore’s “fastest-growing media sub-sector.”