The conversation with Associate Professor of Communication University of China and Director of the Department of Game Design provided a lot of useful information.
Associate professor Zhang Zhaogong at Communication University of China talks about the future of students when studying gaming. Mr. Zhang has developed several online games and has 10 years of teaching experience in colleges and universities.
The Game Design major was developed in response to the growth of the Chinese gaming industry as well as the e-sports education segment. Esports needs a lot of talent. For example, if you want to become an event presenter, you can study radio and host is the best fit; But if you want to be an e-sports commentator, you have to know the game, understand the tastes of the audience…
“In terms of industry-specific courses, we will offer courses such as game 3D art, game concept design, creative sketching, creative coloring and design background for students,” said Mr. Zhang. game direction. For game orientation, Communication University of China will provide courses such as using game engines, game programming languages, databases, data structures and machine networking courses. count…”.
Many graduates from Communication University of China have been accepted to work in big game companies such as Tencent, NetEase, Perfect World Games, etc. Assoc. big game. A few of them have gone abroad or gone to graduate school, and others have gone into other industries, or used their time to make indie games.
According to Mr. Zhang’s previous experience, majoring in game design is very good compared to other content design majors compared to film, animation, comic books and other fields. This is known because of the market size of the game company and the large demand for personnel many years ago. In terms of employment, even many students majoring in animation and film and television after graduation will choose to work in game companies and still be accepted.
Communication University of China regularly recruits and trains generations of game students who can work independently and develop after graduation.