Do you love video games? Have you ever wondered how to make them or what a career working on them would be like?
Get additional information about the Interactive Simulation and Video Game Technology program, offered exclusively at Richland College among the colleges of DCCCD. See a video on the program.
These rates are
entry hourly wages for the following Interactive Simulation and Game Technology jobs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
SOURCE: DCCCD Labor Market Intelligence Center
*This job typically requires a bachelor's degree.
Our program gives you the skills you’ll need with a three-pronged approach:
Interactive computer simulation is a versatile technology, with 3-D animation a dynamic medium that can illustrate complex ideas in a short time. Applications include:
A wide range of industry applications, including in high-growth sectors such as health care and IT, gives 3-D animation wide-ranging job possibilities. CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects an increase of 17 percent in positions for multimedia artists and animators through 2024, and animation is a part of many computer design jobs.
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careers in Interactive Simulation and Game Technology.
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Interactive Simulation and Game Technology is unique to
Richland College among the colleges of DCCCD.
degree and certificate options.
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