The University of Baltimore offers a bachelor's degree in Simulation and Digital Entertainment at the Universities at Shady Grove on weekdays during daytime hours.
You'll study basic game concepts and design, the fundamentals of computer programming, 3-D modeling and animation, usability design, the application of simulation to education and other nonentertainment fields and the design of multiplayer games.
Through dual capstone seminars, you'll work closely with professionals
to test and build games and simulations, and you'll graduate with a
portfolio of projects to showcase your skills.
Why study simulation and digital entertainment?
The state of Maryland boasts the largest concentration of computer game developers outside of California, with more than 100 game-development companies and agencies in the Baltimore-Washington area.
Admission Standards and Deadlines
View our admission requirements and deadlines.
Various articulation agreements between UB and area community colleges are designed to promote smooth transitions and credit transfer to the University. Learn more about UB's articulation agreements.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Students enrolled in this program are charged the same tuition as those attending the University of Baltimore, but may have differing fees based on home campus. Financial aid is available to students and is administered through UB. A limited number of scholarships is available.
For more information, please visit the UB Office of Financial Aid Web pages.
UB Support Services
As a UB student, you are entitled to the same benefits as students studying on the home campus. This includes library services, disability support services, tutoring, career advising, student activities and clubs and more. Services are available through the Universities at Shady Grove or UB.
For more information, please contact Justin Edgar, academic program coordinator, at 301.738.6352.