Playing can be a form of communication, of learning, of social interaction, as well as entertainment. From video games to user experience design, from e-sports to gamification, our world is full of games and playfulness.
With an MSc in Games you will become the game creator of the future. Based on a solid foundation of creative, technical, social, and analytical competences, you will realize the playful experiences of tomorrow. By understanding the complex creative process of game production, and how interdisciplinary teams work together, you will be able to make a difference in any project that uses game technology or playful design.
The MSc in Games provides you with theoretical and practical knowledge on how computer games are made, how they create meaning, and how they socially impact us. You will work with some of the world’s leading games researchers, explore cutting edge technologies for their playful potential, and become an expert in how to realize creative projects in interdisciplinary teams. You will learn how to use design methods, analytical tools, critical thinking, and scientific research to drive innovation.
The programme has an international perspective and is taught in English. There will be used cases and examples from both Danish and international organisations.
Non-curricular events at the university can be held in Danish.
To apply to the Games programme, you need a university bachelor’s degree or a professional bachelor’s degree. If you have a different education (e.g. an international education), which is comparable to a university or professional bachelor’s degree, the IT University (ITU) will make an individual assessment of the education in question. A prerequisite for admittance is a language requirement of level B English.
The MSc in Games is divided into two tracks (Games Technology and Games Design), and there are education specific admission requirements for the Games Technology Track.
Education specific admission requirements for the MSc in Games, Games Technology Track:
To apply for admission on the Games Technology Track, you need a bachelor’s degree in computer science, or something equivalent to this. Here you can see a list of bachelor educations, which live up to the admission requirements. If you do not have a degree from one of the bachelor educations on the list, but you do have a degree from an equivalent bachelor education, your application must include a list of the courses you have had that are equivalent to the courses listed below:
- Object Oriented Programming, or something similar (15 ECTS minimum)
- Algorithms and Data Structures (5 ECTS minimum)
- Discrete Mathematics and/or courses in vector mathematics (5 ECTS minimum)
Applying for admission to the MSc in Games, Games Design Track
When assessing your application for the Games Design Track, it is an advantage, but not a requirement, if you have completed one of the bachelor educations, or passed the courses, listed here.
Please note: the lists of educations are not exhaustive. The lists are subject to change, and we encourage you to check up on them continuously. ITU admits students with very different educational backgrounds.
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