Another High Score for EAE in 2023
The Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program at the University of Utah has been named the #1 game design program among US public institutions by Animation Career Review, a leading online resource for aspiring animation, game design, and development professionals. Animation Career Review also ranked EAE 4th overall among all games programs. Of course, EAE is no stranger to top ten rankings. In 2022, Princeton Review ranked EAE's graduate program at #5 world wide, and the EAE undergraduate program #7 worldwide. US News and World Report's rankings for top ten undergraduate programs in games ranked EAE #8 in the US in 2022.
The Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program offers a unique interdisciplinary approach to game design education, bringing together faculty with training in art, computer science, design, humanities, social sciences and the many other disciplines involved in game creation. Through a combination of hands-on project-based learning, industry partnerships, and cutting-edge research, students in the program gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the fast-paced and constantly evolving games industry.
"This recognition from Animation Career Review is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students, faculty, and staff," said Michael Young, director of the Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program. "We are proud to be at the forefront of game design education, and we are committed to continuing to innovate and push the boundaries of what is possible in this exciting field."
The rankings from Animation Career Review are based on a variety of factors, including academic reputation, admission selectivity, depth and breadth of program offerings, and career opportunities for graduates.
For more information about the Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program at the University of Utah, visit games.utah.edu.
About Animation Career Review: Animation Career Review is a leading online resource for aspiring animation, game design, and development professionals. The website provides comprehensive guides to schools and programs, career profiles, industry news and trends, and much more. For more information, visit www.animationcareerreview.com.
For more information about the excellent teaching, research and service in Games ongoing at the Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program, please contact:
Professor Michael Young, EAE Director 801-213-1542 firstname.lastname@example.org