Have you always wanted to learn how to design computer games?

In our Computer Gaming minor program, you will learn how they work and how to make them better.

You will take study the technology, science and art involved in the creation and design of computer games.

Your coursework will include 20 credit hours in the areas of algorithms, computer graphics, game design and game development.

The program features access to four state-of-the-art labs: Computer Networks Lab, Computer and Network Security Lab, Computer System Lab and Microcomputers I and II Labs.

Why Kettering?

  • You want to take your gaming skills -- and job opportunities -- to the next level.
  • Our faculty are researching image and video processing, wireless sensor networks, distributed computing, virtual and augmented computer graphics, cybersecurity, social networks, and connected and autonomous vehicles.