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Entertainment Computing Laboratory

The ASU Computer Science Department maintains the Entertainment Computing Laboratory to promote education and research into software design and development for computer games.

The Princeton Review logo for top game design programs. The lab, located in Room 105 of the Mathematics-Computer Science Building, is open to computer science majors interested in learning more about the interactive entertainment industry.

Equipment in the lab includes 15 powerful Alienware and Dell XPS workstations equipped with 3-D graphics and authoring and development software.

Certificate of Computer Game Development

Students can earn certification in game development by successfully completing CS 3371, CS 3372, CS 4318 and CS 4371.  CS 1371 is suggested but not required.

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