Applications for the Fall 2023 2D Game Development Capstone Course are now open!
Admission to the Capstone Project is limited due to the need to create balanced teams and provide enough time for feedback. To apply, please submit an application showing your game-related work, including work in software, design, animation, artwork, sound, and game stories. Any material that demonstrates your skills in one or more areas of game development is welcome.
Things to consider when applying:
- Students must show work online to apply! ArtStation is good for those who want to present their artwork and animation, though other online portfolio sites are acceptable. Game/level designers might also consider Coroflot, Carbonmade, and Behance Network. Musicians/sound designers may use other sites, such as SoundCloud, to demonstrate their work. If you are applying as a programmer, Github and LinkedIn sites are sufficient, but a full portfolio site is desirable.
- Please send your resume to Dr. Paul Toprac in PDF (preferred) or MS Word format: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don’t hear back from Dr. Toprac within 3 days, please check with him to ensure that he has received your application and email.
Priority consideration ends on Saturday, April 2. We will continue to accept applications after priority consideration if there are any seats remaining, but sign up now! Seats go fast!
How will your application be reviewed?
The Game Development and Design Program seeks the most talented, creative and productive candidates who can work together in teams to produce exciting new games.