Top Gaming Rankings
April 21, 2015
Our game design programs were again named by the Princeton Review among the top twenty-five gaming programs in the country. Based on a survey conducted in 2014-15 of 150 institutions offering game design coursework or degrees in the United States, Canada, and some countries abroad, our undergraduate program was ranked fourth and our graduate program was ranked seventh. The Princeton Review ranks our gaming programs ahead of those at such institutions as Carnegie Mellon, M.I.T and NYU and they determine their rankings by weighing curriculum, faculty, facilities, career services, and technology.
Drexel Game Design pivots on a joint curriculum from Westphal’s Digital Media Department and the Department of Computer Science in the College of Computing and Informatics. Mirroring the interdisciplinary nature of game development in commercial settings, Drexel Gaming engages students in all aspects of game design and creation through research projects and proof-of-concept demonstrations. Click here to learn more about gaming and other Digital Media majors at Drexel.
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