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This year, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) is proud to announce its new program. This program responds to industry needs and is a product of extensive preparation by experienced administrators and faculty of DLS-CSB’s School of Management and Information Technology and School of Design and Arts in consultation with the game development industry!
Join us as we jumpstart a new era of information technology education!
I WANT TO
- Develop Interactive Video Games
- Become a part of the growing global and local game development industry
- Manage/create my own game development company
- Create Video Games for different platforms
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with Specialization in Game Design and Development program runs for 3 years and 2 Terms. It is the first BS-IT degree program in the Philippines that specializes in Game Design and Development. The program is firmly anchored on information technology and animation concepts. It aims to develop individuals who will address the needs and meet the standards of the local and global game development industry. The program is focused on developing original content that will showcase Filipino ingenuity and excellence through various IT and animation-related game development disciplines such as video game programming, game art and animation, game design and game production.
You have the opportunity to become part of the game development industry as game programmers, artists, designers, quality assurance personnel and video game producers just to name a few. Our students will also be trained to became entrepreneurs since the program incorporates lessons on how to start-up game development studios that will make a difference in the Philippine and global game development industry. Graduates can also find opportunities in the Information Technology and Animation Industries.
Contact the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Admissions Center at 2544 Taft Ave., Manila, Philippines 1004 Telephone: 526-7441 to 47 local 126, 220 and 221 or visit the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde website
posted by Paul “The Pageman” Pajo