Why Choose a Computer Science/Gaming Program at Landmark?

Get your start in a high-growth industry.

Students take core courses to build technical, visual, and communication skills necessary to explore, imagine, and create digital games. These courses build on the core liberal arts foundation of the College.

The curriculum, modeled after the both the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) framework, encourages student exploration to determine the area of the software or digital games industry that is the best fit with their strengths, interests, and goals.

Upon completion of the Associate in Science in Computer Science/Gaming, students will:

  • Demonstrate fundamental game production skills, including animation, 3-D modeling, game design and programming
  • Design, develop, and manage multimedia (script, graphics, sounds, animation, and video) and interactive game projects
  • Apply human/computer interaction theory to product development
  • Demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Incorporate gaming industry business practices in project development

Questions? Contact us for more information!

Dr. Michelle L.W. Bower
Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science

Dr. Adrienne Major
Academic Dean