Media Design School at Torrens University Australia
Media Design School at Torrens University Australia

Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art)

Bachelor Degree

Course description



3 yrs

Study mode



Start date


Three start dates a year February, June, September

  • Develop your artistic style & technical skills with the Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art)
  • Collaborate with artists & programmers on a major game project - graduate with a portfolio
  • Complete in just two years with an accelerated trimester system

Course details

Entry requirements
  • Year 12 with minimum ATAR 60 or equivalent
  • Broadly relevant work experience; OR
  • Formal, informal or non-formal study, completed or partially completed; OR
  • Written submission; OR
  • Discipline specific portfolio (art and/or design) – applicable to Design only
NSW, QLD, Online
Start dates
Three start dates a year February, June, September
Accelerated: 2 years | Full time: 3 years | Par time: 6 years
Study mode
Online, On-campus
Education institution
Media Design School at Torrens University Australia
The course price can vary depending on a few factors, including your citizenship or whether you have completed any other courses. To find out more, contact the course provider.
Payment options

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Course content

  • Design context
  • Design studio 1
  • 2D asset creation
  • Game design principles
  • 3D asset creation
  • Game production foundation
  • Problem based learning studio
  • Discover, define, develop, deliver
  • Game studies
  • Advanced 3D asset creation
  • Animation
  • Rapid game prototype
  • Work integrated learning
  • Social enterprise
  • Pre-production capstone 1
  • Production capstone 2

What you’ll learn

  • Create your own games
  • Collaborate on projects with fellow students including problem based solutions for gaming
  • Group Capstone project where you’ll develop a game in a similar environment to a studio
  • Have an understanding of the history of video games as creative technologies and as cultural artefacts
  • Develop enhanced skills in 2D, 3D, animation, environment art, character art, user experience in games
  • Develop electronic games across multi-platforms including online, mobile and console

Support and delivery

When you study with Media Design School, you will have access to support services including:

  • Campus Life Team - your first point of contact for enrolment queries, subject selection, timetables and more
  • Success Coaches - a dedicated coach to keep you tracking towards your career goals as you study
  • Counselling services
  • Library & academic skills support

A contact centre is also available during business hours, Monday to Friday.

Course information on this page has not been endorsed by the education provider.