DigiPen Game Programming School and Game Development Workshop

Game Design SchoolDigiPen Institute of Technology
DigiPen's video game programming diploma course was the first of its kind in North America. Established in 1988 by Claude Comair, DigiPen started up their first game development program in 1994 after teaching computer animation production for several years. DigiPen saw the need for a more specialized program that had a even stronger focus towards game production so in 1998, DigiPen opened its campus in Redmond, Washington to offer undergrad degree level training in the field of digital interactive entertainment technology. DigiPen offers workshops during the summer that are great for anyone who is considering a career in game development. The workshops give a good impression of what industry work is like and it gives participants a opportunity to experience DigiPen first hand.

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