Video Game Design and Content Creation - Information Session

Course Number: CS 891

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Attend an informational session to learn about UCR Extension's Specialized Professional Program in Video Game Design and Content Creation Summer Academy. If you're looking to break into this creative field and have ideas for what the next great game should be, then this in-depth academy is for you. Program offers approximately 100 hours of professional level instruction. Convenient, free parking is included.

No Prerequisites for this course

Applicable Certificates

No Applicable Certificates

Starting May 24 : Classroom-based

Section Code: 163CPV001

Course Fees:

$0 (Non Credit)


Ronald Bourbeau

Ronald W. Bourbeau, Jr., B.S., Lead Artist, Broken Circle Studios, Riverside

William Matterer

William Cy "Will" Matterer, B.S., Co-Founder and Technical Director, Pixel Snack Games, an indie game studio, received his degree from UC Riverside in Biological Sciences, with an emphasis in Bioinformatics and Genomics. This combination of biology and computer science gives him a unique background for designing games and their effects, and enables him to teach video game design to students with various levels of expertise. Mr. Matterer has worked as a programmer/engineer, game designer, writer, teacher, consultant, and producer for games on mobile, web, PC/MAC, Sony PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo Wii U. 


Wed 6:00 pm-7:00 pm
May 24, 2017

Please call Student Services at (951) 827-4105 to register.

1 Meeting


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Section Notes:

Parking included


No Textbook Required.

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