Missouri State University - West Plains

Computer Graphics And Programming

Why study computer graphics and programming?

  • Are you creative artistically, technically or in solving problems? Do you enjoy figuring out how games or web sites function? Would you like to integrate the latest social networking service into your website? Do you want your game player to pass through a portal into another realm?
  • Join us for a fun and challenging opportunity! Enhance your web or game development skills and open the door to more opportunities in digital entertainment, marketing, computer science and serious games or simulations.

If you enjoy playing video or computer games, are intrigued by virtual worlds, and enjoy problem solving using your mind along with a variety of computer software, then the computer graphics and programming degree program is for you!

Whether its creation of the latest first-person shooter, a casual game or a massive multi-player online game, you will gain the video game development skills needed to begin your career in this exciting industry.

The computer graphics and programming degree focuses on three core areas of game design, asset creation and game programming.

By enrolling in this program, you will immerse yourself in a field of study that is limited only by your imagination and your desire to work hard to make it happen!

Jeff Huff

Department Head:

Assistant Professor of Computer Graphics and Programming
Missouri State-West Plains
Lybyer Enhanced Technology Center T209G
128 Garfield Avenue
West Plains, MO 65775
417-255-7298

Degree Information Sheets

The degree information sheets provide detailed information of course requirement and career informations. Some contain sample recommended course sequences.

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