computer simulation and gaming


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Alejandro Muros

I went for a Computer simulation and gaming major at Milwaukee Area Technical College. The courses I took were classes pertaining to programming. Before I came to Matc, I never had any experience programming at all. The programming I know now was learned from either my classes and during my own time. Currently, C# is the only programming language I know for now. I’ve also been learning to use the Unity engine during my time at Matc.
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Prepare for a career in animation and gaming, plus attain skills transferable to other industries such as computer programming, multimedia development and film production. Students have opportunities to focus on game design or programming.

Testers, designers and producers are in demand as the use of this technology increases rapidly. New games are continually in production, and computer simulations are used as educational and training tools in schools and businesses.

You can earn the Unity Developer technical diploma on the way to completing the Computer Simulation & Gaming associate degree.


  • Game Designer
  • Game Programmer
  • Producer