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If I''m most interested in computer 3D graphics for gaming(3D game graphic engine),not other aspects of game programming(like AI,physics),and I''m planning on entering graduate school,which feild should I apply for?Mathematic or computer science?I ask this question because I haven''t found a single graduate program on computer science is relavant enough to my interest.I''ve investigated some school''s computer graphics groups of CS department,but still think they''re not specific enough for my interest,so I began to wonder:maybe studying math is a good idea?

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Hey. I would take a course in Traditional Computer Science or if there is a class that concerntrates on Game Programming take that.
But you say that studying math might be a good idea but if you want to do Game Programming it will help but not as much as a computer science class.
But if you are bad at math i would suggest taking a class on that as well. Better off it being on Algebra.

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