Behind every sword swing, item drop and hit point in a video game lies a complex system of rules embedded within the game’s code. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Game Design teaches you to become a versatile software developer with the knowledge and ability to design, program and implement these systems.
You’ll be balancing coursework in computer science with design classes that leverage your technical skills to create better games, levels and mechanics. By the time you graduate, you will be a hybrid programmer and designer who can navigate both ends of the scientific and creative spectrum on any software development team.
If your passion for computers and technology is only matched by your love of creating games, the BS in Computer Science and Game Design programme may be an excellent fit for you.
a) Additional Mathematics; or
b) Mathematics and one (1) Science, Technology or Engineering subject
For category b), students must pass a Mathematics reinforcement course relevant to Computer Science before they can proceed to take core courses that require Mathematics as a pre-requisite in the degree programme.
Mathematics reinforcement subject requirements can be waived if students pass in Mathematics subject equivalent to SPM Additional Mathematics in the matriculation/foundation or other equivalent qualification.
Note: Candidates for category 3 with a CGPA below 2.50 but above 2.00 may be admitted subject to a rigorous internal evaluation process.