Bachelor's in Game and Simulation Programming
DeVry University's bachelor's degree program in Game and Simulation Programming (GSP) prepares graduates to make an impact in the private and public video game and simulation software industry. Master the coding languages, visual design principles, and software methods used in the development of video games, crime scene reconstruction, corporate training software, and more. DeVry University partners with industry-leading companies like Vivendi/Universal to offer students experiential learning opportunities and networking contacts to potential employers around the world. With the gaming industry charting revenues in excess of $21 billion1, and the U.S. Army alone investing millions in simulation training, exciting new jobs in gaming and simulation programming are created every day.
Your Game and Simulation Programming degree from DeVry University will prepare you for success. Watch two of our students describe their own DeVry University success story.
||Applicants are accepted if they meet at least one of the follow- ing criteria: • Have earned a qualifying associate degree or higher from a DeVry-approved post-secondary institution. • Have completed an appropriate amount of qualifying college- level
||High school diploma or equivalent (GED).
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
||An applicant seeking to transfer credit from
another institution must request a credit evaluation prior to
beginning the frst class at DeVry and must provide an offcial
transcript from the institution where the credit was earned.
DeVry may require a catalog or additional material or, if credits
were earned at a foreign institution, a credit evaluation by an
approved external evaluation service. A maximum of 80 DeVry
credit hours may be awarded for lower-division or community
college courses. In Oregon, a maximum of 50 percent of a bac-
calaureate program’s credit hours may be transferred from insti-
tutions not offering baccalaureate degrees. Transfer credit maxi-
mums are also subject to DeVry’s residence requirement for the
chosen program. (See Graduation Requirements.) Students attend-
ing DeVry who seek to earn credit at another institution for transfer
to DeVry must have approval to do so in advance from a DeVry