Majoring in Video Games

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Radio, television and film are media that have long been the subjects of academic study. The University of California's campus at Irvine, renown for excellence in traditional real-world subjects like engineering, medicine and business, is branching out into virtual reality. UCI students will now be able to get degrees in a major called “game science,” the study of video games. Magda El Zarki directs the University's Center for Computer Games & Virtual Worlds.



  • Magda El Zarki - Director, UC Irvine's Center for Computer Games and Virtual Worlds


Warren Olney