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Should I get a game focused programming degree or a computer science one? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Game Development Degree vs Computer Science Degree Heres the best education I got in ky math is AP Calculus and no technology class that teaches a programming language. So ...
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Is a degree in game development really more beneficial than one from computer science? [duplicate]

I need help in deciding what major to choose (I will graduate high school in a year). I have little to no experience in programming, but I'll use my spare time to learn it. I narrowed down my options ...
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Should I consider a graduate degree in game development? [closed]

I am sure you guys can definitely help. Some universities, like NCSU, USC, UCSC for their master's, offer courses based on gaming and game development (some call it MS in Computer Science with an ...
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Is a computer science degree worth it? [closed]

I'm in my last year of high school, and I've been looking at colleges. I'm taking a C++ class at a local community college and I don't feel that it's worth it. I could have learned everything in that ...
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Should I go to a University or Trade school to be a Game artist? [closed]

Im a senior this year and I'm seriously looking at colleges that can help me get into the game in the Game industry. I've been told countless times it's better if I go to a University(Usc, Becker ...
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Game Design Schools in Canada [closed]

I am a High School student in Ontario and i am trying looking for college/university programs the are specifically about game design. There are quite a few at most colleges near me, but they are all ...
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Should I formally study to make games?

I don't have formal studies in programming nor in graphic design, I'm self-taught, you know I have learned some things here and there. So far have been doing amateur stuff, sort of hobbyist. I would ...
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Benefits of attending highly selective colleges [closed]

I live in a pretty high-income community where teachers and parents tell you that if you ever hope to have a good income, you have to go to a good, selective college. However I'm one of the few kids ...
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What benefits does a game design degree have for a hobby game programmer?

I am interested in studying game design, not because I want a job in the games industry, but because I am interested in the subject itself. I read the following questions, but they mostly deal with ...
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Took one major now want to be in different industryssT [closed]

How different is Programmer Analyst from Game Programmer? I took the first one as my major but want to go with game development industry. Is it possible to transition from one to another? EDIT: ...