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By BorgInva ·
I figured this is a better place than any to ask. I am considering going to school for game design and programming. Now the only thing I know about games is playing them. The only thing about programming is still my VCR.
There are a few schools I know of but not sure which would be a good choice. I contacted them all for basic info but nothing in depth yet. I want to. I wanted to know, from you, if you have any opinions on the following schools: Brown College http://www.browncollege.edu/index.asp, Collins College http://www.collinscollege.edu, and DeVry http://www.devry.edu/. Maybe others you would recommend I look into.
I wanted some pro input on this topic. Just a few extra nudges to get me going.
Oh, I also plan to be doing all this from home so I would be doing online courses.
May be a silly post but I wanted to see if anyone had any comments.
Thanks.

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by mjd420nova In reply to Game Design

The San Francisco Academy of Arts is the best
on the west coast. Graduates are hired on
a regular basis by Electronic Arts, Microsoft,
and just about every graphic studio. You'll
learn all the skills needed to put your ideas
to work. First though you need some artistic
skills, and they will help you to develop
your best and channel it to a job using those
skills. Good Luck

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by BorgInva In reply to

I will look into them. I may just go with Devry. Already had an interview but it does not stop me from looking. Thanks.

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by BorgInva In reply to Game Design

Ah, another school to look into, yes thanks. Yes, I have no skills in that either. Also, I live in NC if anyone needs to know.

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