Game Development and Design Program Certificates

The Game Development and Design Program is a certificate program, not a degree program. The following certificates issued by the Program do not appear on UT’s official transcript. The certificate may be stated on a resume as evidence of your knowledge and experience in a particular area of game, AR/VR, and digital media development. The certificate will be accompanied by a letter that explains the program and the certificate. Once you have completed the requirements, submit the certificate request.

Jump to a specific certificate:

AET Game Art & Design Production Certificate

Students may choose five of the total offered courses to complete the requirements of the Game Art & Design Certification. Completion of either the 2D Game Development Capstone or 3D Game Development Capstone is mandatory to receive certification. Go here for more information.

If you have completed an elective course that you would believe applies to the Game Art & Design Certificate, you can petition to have that course count as part of your certification.

CS Game Development Certificate

Students may choose five of the total offered courses to complete the requirements of the CS Game Development Certificate. Three of the courses are required, along with two approved electives. Completion of either the 2D Game Development Capstone or 3D Game Development Capstone is mandatory to receive certification. Go here for more information.

If you have completed an elective course that you would believe applies to the Game Development Certificate, you can petition to have that course count as part of your certification.