At the Communication and Media building, students collaborate on innovative projects across 112,000 square feet of high-tech studio and classroom space, including Studio 500, one of the largest motion capture studios and soundstages on the east coast, as well as Oculus Rift dev kits and AR/VR labs to experiment the latest tech. (Photo by Nick Leyva ’15)

UCF Graduate Video Game Design Named No. 1 — for the Third Time

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UCF’s graduate video game design program has been recognized as the top graduate game design program in the world. This marks the third time in the past six years that UCF has garnered the top spot, ahead of New York University, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Southern California. UCF’s undergraduate game design program also ranked highly at No. 14 again this year.

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