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Area of Study: Arts, Digital Media, and Communications
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Arts, Digital Media, and Communications
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Game Development, Animation, and Motion Graphics

Don’t just play games. Create them.

Austin Community College’s Game Development, Animation, and Motion Graphics Program is all about training students for the local and national job markets. Our top-notch faculty is a who’s who of local talent, hardwired into the latest trends and eager to give you the real-world expertise and know-how that comes from years of experience in the business.

Skills you gain

With degree and certificate programs designed by a committee of local digital industry pros, our Game Development, Animation, and Motion Graphics Program can prepare you to jump into these creative and rewarding fields.

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Job Titles & Career Information

Video Game Designers
41.55 Hourly Wage 1849 Currently Employed
Design core features of video games. Specify innovative game and role-play mechanics, story lines, and character biographies. Create and maintain design documentation. Guide and collaborate with production staff to produce games as designed.
1849 Video Game Designers are employed. This number is expected to increase by 7.95 % over the next four years.
Austin Community College MSA Map

Data analysis of traditional and real-time labor market information (LMI) provided in collaboration with Emsi (Economic Modeling Specialists International), a CareerBuilder company.

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Program Maps

View the program maps below to see the sequence of courses needed to complete your chosen degree or certificate in this program.

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Which award path is right for you?

ACC offers a variety of degree and certificate options to get you ready for the next step in your academic and career journey. Choosing the right award path is an important first step to reach your short and long-term goals. Visit our awards page to learn about the types of credentials we offer and the differences between each. 

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