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  • #5277

    Anonymous

    Hi, my course is Electronic and Software Engineering and it consists of the modules listed below. I was hoping someone could tell me if the course is right for computer games development, as it isn’t listed in the courses section.

    Stage 1
    Communications
    Computer-Aided Engineering
    Computer Programming I
    Computer Programming II
    Computing
    Electric Circuits
    Electronics
    Engineering Mathematics
    Professional Studies

    Stage 2
    Communications and Information Systems
    Computation Theory
    Data Structures and Algorithms
    Digital Systems
    Embedded Software
    Hardware and Software Co-Design
    Mathematics
    Microprocessors
    Networks and Communications
    Professional Studies
    Signals and Systems
    Software Engineering
    Virtual Reality Systems

    Stage 3
    Students undertake a substantial project (worth one and one-half modules) in a relevant area, plus an appropriate selection of modules or half-modules in the areas of Computer Architecture, Digital Design, Image Processing, Software Engineering, Multimedia Systems and Computer Communications.

  • #31255

    Anonymous

    ya sounds good.

    you’ve got programming, sw eng, algorithms, maths in 2 years, hardware and networking. should be grand. although that alone wont get you a games job. a good demo will do that, but those modules will help you to make a good one. you’ll have to learn simple graphics, ai, physics in your own time.

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