The University of Baltimore’s SDE program (now Simulation & Game Design) instructs students in game design, programming, production, and graphic arts. The program began in 2003 and has ranked #3 nationally. Coursework includes developing and publishing a game for sale and is capstoned with creating a game over two semesters with a small self-managed team.
I graduated in 2012 with a 4.0 GPA, joined the Alpha Chi honor society for academic achievement, developed the game Transgression in C# with XNA and sold it on the Xbox Live Indie Games market, created the exercise bike racing game Cardiac: Fitness Racer for his solo capstone project with Processing (for hardware input) and Unityscript in Unity 3D, and founded the company Unit-e Technologies to publish the games.
|COSC 410 Advanced 3D Modeling (3ds Max)||COSC 315 C# for Interactive Design (XNA)|
|COSC 324 Designing for Humans||COSC 440 Frontiers of Game Design (Processing)|
|COSC 160 Graphics for Game Design (Adobe)||COSC 320 Game Concept and Design|
|COSC 460 Games, Simulation, and Society||COSC 470 Game Development Project I-II|
|COSC 405 Business of Game Development||COSC 499 Independent Study|