Kick start your career in digital media with AIT's industry focused game design courses!
Developed in consultation with the industry, our game design courses cover the latest knowledge and technology required for advanced game design and programming. Game design is the process by which video games are produced. It involves a combination of different digital media techniques - from audio, video, film, graphics, animation, storytelling, script writing, to programming.
The game entertainment industry is a sophisticated and booming area worth an estimated $1 billion (in 2012) globally, with Australian game exports worth about approximately $0.3 billion (2012). It is expected that growth in the game industry will be the largest in the entertainment sector, already taking up over 60% market share. So, if you would like to become a professional game designer, the time to begin is right now. Our industry recognised game design courses will ensure you are professionally qualified and our student advisors will support you with job placement when you graduate.
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AIT Game Design Courses
Bachelor of Interactive Media (Game Development)
If you are interested in game design courses, then Bachelor of Interactive Media with a specialisation in Game Design is one of the best study options. This unique course will enable you to gain the knowledge and skills required to deliver an engaging gameplay experience backed by interesting character and story for any interactive medium.
Advanced Diploma of Screen & Media
Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media is a great study option for students interested in digital media studies particularly game design courses and animation courses. This course provides an advanced development of skills and knowledge in digital media with an emphasis on game design, animation and film. It aims to develop design thinking, and an advanced understanding of tools and techniques used to produce video games, animation and film. Software such as Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Mudbox, Autodesk Motion Builder, Motion Capture, Unreal Development Kit (UDK) and Unity 3D are extensively covered in this course.
Diploma of Interactive Digital Media
AIT's Diploma of Interactive Digital Media is an excellent study option for students interested in digital media studies particularly game design courses and animation courses. This course provides a broad range of skills and knowledge in digital media with an emphasis on game design, animation and motion graphics. It aims to develop technical skills in image creation, 2D and 3D animation, 3D modeling and game design. In the final term of this course, students can choose electives to explore their specific area of interest in more depth.