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http://www.digipen.edu/programs/degrees/rtisbs.html

That's the course load. I'm applying there now, and I'm hoping that I'll be able to transfer in. Don't know about UAT though.

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Luis,
I am very interested in your review of Westwood Online's game development degree. I have recently registered for this program and am slated to start this Fall. Judging by your post, I don't think you had a very good experience and I appreciate you sharing that here. I will now be doing some investigation on some of things you said so that I don't get ripped off also if that's the case. Hope you don't mind, but I would like to send you a more private email asking some other questions.

Are there any others out there who went to Westwood Online and had good or bad experiences? I think this would help a lot of prospective game programmers out. I guess I should start a new thread for that...

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Yes, they are accredited by the ACCSCT (Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology). They also stated that their profs all had at least 3 - 5 years of experience although Luis is telling a different story. When I went on the CS prof's list, I could only find one prof that even mentioned teching game software dev classes. I hope to get some answers about the books they use, prof history, etc., and I will post for all to see on here once I get their response.

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