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Game Design



  • Algebra 1: Abstract to Visual
  • Geometry with Computer Visualization and Simulation
  • Algebra 2 for the 21st Century
  • ROP Video Game Design


  • 2-D/3-D Animator
  • Computer Game Designer/Developer
  • Electronic Simulation Consultant
  • and many more!



Students who follow the Game Design and Integration pathway prepare for careers within the game design industry and in related technical fields. Students will develop foundational knowledge in game design, animation, graphics, and computer software and hardware. They will apply skills in Mathematics, Physics, English Language Arts, Social Science, and Entrepreneurship. Most importantly, students will learn the twenty-first century skills of creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and technical expertise, which will increase employment capacity across the job market. In the Game Design and Integration Pathway students prepare for both entry-level employment and additional postsecondary training needed for advancement in the highly competitive game design industry. They prepare for occupations such as Game Tester/Analyst, 2-D and 3-D Animator, Storyboard, Level Artist, Texture Artist, Cinematic Artist, Game Designer, Game Programmer, and Production Team Manager. Students completing this pathway develop the skills and knowledge to be creative partners in video game design while building capacity for employment in all areas of the creative workforce.