Gamers have the skills to not only change the world but create entire new ones. At SAE, you'll learn how to take your passion for games and turn it into a successful, exciting career.
SAE games coursesFrom certificates through to postgraduate degrees, you can easily build on your qualifications to suit your career goals.
Undergraduate Certificate in Augmented and Virtual Reality Application Development
Undergraduate Certificate in Augmented and Virtual Reality Application DevelopmentDIPLOMA OF AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY
DIPLOMA OF AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITYDIPLOMA OF GAME DEVELOPMENT
DIPLOMA OF GAME DEVELOPMENTASSOCIATE DEGREE OF GAMES DEVELOPMENT
ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF GAMES DEVELOPMENTBACHELOR OF GAMES DEVELOPMENT
BACHELOR OF GAMES DEVELOPMENTMASTER OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
MASTER OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
Why study games with SAE
Collaborative project-based courses - with no examsWe're output focused and are much more interested in developing your craft, than an exam score. That's why at SAE you'll be in the studio in small classes working on industry-based projects, You'll have opportunities to collaborate with audio technicians, designers, filmmakers, designers, animators and other game developers.
Gameplay programming Game engine programming Game design C++ and C# programming language Game engine programming Tools development
tools & software
A MYRIAD OF CAREER OUTCOMES
Game economy designer
& many more
Games student work
Expert spotlight: Adrian BruchAs an interactive designer, Adrian designed and created the first touch screen computer interactive exhibit at the Royal Show and was involved in designing and delivering Australia’s first interactive digital services for Telstra.
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Expert spotlight: Thejaswi PadmanabhaA keen developer, Thejaswi has actively contributed from Games Development to Mobile Apps Development to Machine Learning. He has actively contributed in the past to various open-source projects including Google APIs and Moodle.
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Expert spotlight: Nathan JensenNathan Jensen is a programmer by nature, so has the default characteristics associated with that role: decent at maths, analytical mind, a bit of an introvert at first and loves to play with new technology.
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