Offering a comprehensive curriculum that integrates technology training with critical thinking and artistic development, Kent State University’s Animation Game Design program encourages students to explore games in the context of traditional arts, time-based media, and design. Accredited through the National Association of Schools of Arts and Design (NASAD), the AGD program emphasizes critical and creative thinking while helping students develop the technological and professional skills they’ll need to excel after graduation.
Students in the AGD program receive hands-on instruction in collaborative environments from award-winning faculty active in the game industry. Through classwork, internships, and various opportunities to display their work, students learn not only how to make games, but how games can reach diverse audiences and serve various purposes, from games for social impact, to commercial games, to games for education. Learn more about the Animation Game Design program at Kent State University and check out some recent student work!
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY GAMES SHOWCASE
Credits: Maxwell Kunze, Samuel Hundley
Credits: Joey Gage, Maxwell Kunze, Christopher Carswell, Danny Weber, Johnny Lam
Credits: Jen Doty
Credits: Titus Morrison, Lance Morrison
Credits: Alex Curtis, Milo Delekta, Bernard Russ, Samuel Porter, Rachel Handwerk
Credits: Alex Weaver, Daniel Spetz, Bernard Russ, Jonathan Todd, Tobi Halstead
Credits: Joe Phillabaum, Matt Shavers, Jacob Goodheart, Matt Skelly, Sam Porter
Credits: Abigail Boyd, Christopher Carswell, Marissa Gyorki, Maxwell Kunze