The Game Design Major


Interior of Franklin Hall. The Game Quarry, with classrooms, computers, and workspaces, is on the 2nd floor.


Indiana University in Bloomington. Franklin Hall, home of the Media School, is at left.

The Game Design Major at Indiana University allows undergraduates to focus their studies on the production and meaning of interactive media. Graduates will receive a Bachelor of Science in Game Design and will have the skills they need to get jobs in many areas of creative industry. This includes the game industry of course, but also education, health, advertising, public relations, and many more – basically any of the growing number of fields that rely on interactive digital systems to communicate and connect. Outside of Game Design proper, the rich academic offerings of the Bloomington campus give students the breadth of understanding necessary for future leadership.

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