Games hold the power to educate, entertain, and move us.
New York University Tisch School of the Arts will be offering an exciting program inGame Design for high school sophomores and juniors through the Tisch Summer 2016 High School Program.
The intensive program offered through the NYU Game Center teaches students the creative and technical skills of digital game development. Students take three classes: Game Literacy, Game Design Workshop, and Game Development Workshop. With a hands-on approach to teaching, the workshop covers the various skills and disciplines that are brought together in modern game development: game design, programming, visual art, animation, sound design, and writing.
At the end of the four-week residential program, students will have six college credits and the overall skills of project management and creative collaboration that are crucial for successful game development.
Prior experience in the arts is not required. Students must submit the program application no later than January 13, 2016. A limited number of full, need-based scholarships are also available. The scholarship application and all supporting materials are also due January 13. Please visit our website for full admissions details.
Please share this exciting opportunity with your students. Additional areas of professional training in the Tisch Summer High School Program include Drama, Dramatic Writing, Filmmaking, Photography and Imaging, and Recorded Music.
Questions regarding the program, admissions requirements, or scholarships should be directed to the Tisch Office of Special Programs at 212-998-1500 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tisch Office of Special Programs