Game Developer Concentration

About the Concentration

The Computer Information Technology Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree with Game Developer concentration enables students to build a solid foundation with which to pursue careers in the game development industry and to prepare for industry-based certifications using standard software. Students also learn essential concepts in game development, functional job tracks in the industry, and industry structures together with a variety of computer application, art, and design software tools necessary for game and simulation creation on top of fundamental coding, security, and design techniques.

Student Work Showcase

Play games made by Delgado Game Developer Students

The CMIN department maintains publicly published student game collections on submitted for final work. Play a few highlighted games below or click here to explore the larger collection on!

Watch Students' 3D Animations on Youtube

This playlist contains some of the publicly shared work of exemplary student teams in the 3D modeling and animation classes.

Get Advised

Ready to start a career as a Game Developer?

Contact Your Advisor

Get Certified

Industry Based Certifications

Students who graduate this program may be prepared to sit for industry-based certifications including but not limited to

  • Unity Certified User: Programmer
  • Unity Certified Associate: Programmer
  • Autodesk Certified User in Maya and 3DS Max
  • Adobe Certified Professional

Dual Enrollment

High School students may be able to Dual Enroll in this program as part of the Fast Forward initiative.

Get Involved

Delgado Gaming Club

The Delgado Gaming Club is open to any Delgado Community College students, faculty and staff who are interested in games, whether as a player and/or as a developer of tabletop or videogames.

Contact Club Advisor to Join

By joining, you have an opportunity to:

  • play and/or create games in an inclusive, supportive and diverse environment
  • extend learning beyond the classroom with game jams, portfolio-building opportunities and community-based events
  • engage in a community of players and peers
  • network with local industry members

Check the school events calendar for upcoming meetings and events.