Launch your creative career
Do you have a passion for playing games? Find satisfaction in saving your progress after you’ve leveled up? At CIIT, we’ve got just the course for you. Turn your passion into a profession and learn how to create the games you love to play. With the dawn of mobile technology, gaming has become accessible to everyone all around the world. This opens a multitude of possibilities for creators who can construct all sorts of games from a simple and casual pastime to an elaborate universe that presents a wide range of challenges. With solid planning and well-developed digital skills, you too can also develop your own, governed by the rules you’ve laid out.
Cultivate your competencies with our Entertainment and Multimedia Computing Program. Build on your skills by learning the basics of conceptualizing and designing a system as well as creating the graphics and planning the sequence that brings your story to life. Develop games that suit different platforms whether it be for a handheld device or a console set-up. You’ll also be able to strengthen your strategy when you undergo your internship. We can even connect you with one of our company partners, enabling you to get the real-world experience needed to master the industry as a professional. At CIIT, we teach you how to play to win.
You will study up to twenty (20) subjects per year. Each subject is equivalent to three (3) units and requires three to five (3 – 5) hours of class time per week. Academic subjects are taught through a lecture set up. Coursework or major subjects have both lectures and practical lab-instruction classes. This is with the exception of 4th year where you will spend all class hours completing a thesis, undergoing career preparation and gaining work experience in an industry related to their degree.
*Due to the migration to online learning, CIIT has modified its curriculum from a trimestral academic calendar to conducting classes on a quarterly basis. All classes are taught through online instruction. Each subject is four (4) hours a week with 1.5 hours for lecture and 2.5 hours open for consultation.
Freehand and Digital Drawing
Scriptwriting and Storyboarding Design
Game Design and Development
User Interaction Design
Web Design and Scripting
Audio Design and Sound Engineering
Applications Development and Emerging Technologies
Applied Mathematics for Games
Artificial Intelligence in Games
Advanced Game Design
Design and Production Process
INTERWEAVE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
FUTURE CIITZEN SCHOLARSHIP GRANT