Spotlight on the Entertainment Arts and Engineering Programs at the University of Utah. [more link=”http://www.g4tv.com/thefeed/blog/post/716448/the-university-of-utahs-engineering-arts-and-entertainment-program-can-teach-you-to-make-video-games/” target=”_blank” align=”left”]Read More[/more]
Spotlight on the Entertainment Arts and Engineering: Master Games Studio. [more link=”http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700172773/Utahs-video-game-industry-scoring-big-points-but-trying-to-move-up-to-the-next-level.html” target=”_blank”]Read More[/more]
By Geoffrey Fattah, Deseret News Published: Monday, Aug. 22 2011 5:39 p.m. MDT SALT LAKE CITY — Hunched over a laptop with a colleague, second-year computer science graduate student Brandon Davies focuses on incorporating animation into a video game he is developing to make enemy robot crabs move menacingly. The code is in the program, but the crabs just sit …
[more link=”http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/video-game-popularity-spurs-increased-demand-for-game-degree-programs-127933938.html” target=”_blank” ]From PR Newswire[/more] More Than 340 Programs in Game Design, Development and Programming Offered in 45 states WASHINGTON, Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The number of programs in video game design, development and programming continues to rise at American colleges, universities, art and trade schools across the country. According to new research from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), American colleges and …
Official XBox Magazine lists Capstone Game Minions! in top 16 Xbox Live Indie Games list. Read the list HERE
EAE Undergrad Capstone Project “Minions!” is voted one of the 16 best Xbox Live Indie Games. [more link=”http://www.oxmonline.com/16-best-xbox-live-indie-games?page=0%25252C0″ target=”_blank”]Read More[/more]
Spotlight on the new Entertainment Arts and Engineering Summer Camp.
EAE Graduate Program is rated #6 in the nation by the Princeton Review.
EAE Undergraduate Program is rated #2 in the nation by the Princeton Review.
Roger Altizer from the University of Utah EAE Program comments on violent video games.