“They develop both left-brain technical thinking as well as right-brain artistic thinking (skills), combined with traditional university liberal arts training,” said Scott Leutenegger, associate professor and coordinator of the game-development program. “This is going to become something that’s needed for more jobs over the next 10 to 30 years.”
Schutz said the program “keeps both sides of my brain happy” by combining computers and art. “The creation of this major really focuses my efforts.” —Kimberly S. Johnson —Video gaming serious subject at DU (Denver Post)
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