Game Development


Game development requires a new breed of digital professionals. Though the industry is still growing in the Philippines, the multi-billion dollar industry's demand for talent continues to out strip supply. Students in this new career will learn to make simple games from online all the way to consoles and mobile such as the iPhone. This discipline also has non entertainment applications such as architecture, e-learning, and science simulations. Not to mention, CIIT’s curriculum is developed and backed up by the largest game development firm in the Philippines, Anino Playlab.

Fields of Specialization

  • Game Programming
  • Advanced Game Design & Scripting
  • Multiplayer & Online Programming
  • Web-based Game Development
  • Mobile Game Development
  • Game Animation


  • Associate Game Quality Assurance Specialist - Ensures a product or service meets the set quality standards. Specialist works in all stages of production: from development to testing. They make sure that the product or service is safe or satisfactory for consumers.
  • Senior Interactive Software Developer - An interactive developer is a computer software engineer who designs, programs, and edits software across a variety of media, including videos, audio, images, and Internet applications.
  • Graphics Programmer - develops video games for computers, game playing consoles, and hand held systems. He spends time designing and troubleshooting complicated 3D graphic rendering. The popularity of smartphones, handheld game systems, and PDAs has created demand for programmers specializing in 2D and 3D graphics.
  • Associate Game Producer - A game producer oversees a video game's development, from concept to shipping. A game producer's role can vary greatly among different companies, but he is generally responsible for leading and organizing multiple projects, coordinating departments, maintaining a budget, and making sure a project stays on schedule. They also act as liaisons between game developers and publishers.


  • Programming & Problem Solving Concepts
  • Introduction to Computers & Apps
  • College Algebra (Elementary Analysis)
  • Boolean Algebra
  • Business Organization
  • Fundamentals of Programming and Data Structures
  • Web Designing & Publishing
  • Data Analysis & Database Design
  • Object-Oriented Programming I
  • Relational Database Management Systems
  • Digital Electronics
  • Computer System Organization
  • Trigonometry
  • Logic Design & Switching Theory
  • Networking Principles
  • Customer Support & Work Skills
  • Data Structures & Algorithm
  • Computer Architecture
  • Game Programming II
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Compiler Design
  • Web-based Game Development
  • Multiplayer & Online Programming
  • Project I/Thesis I
  • Level Design & Scripting
  • Flash for Game Development
  • Seminars & Field Trip
  • Comparative Programming Languages
  • Industrial Training / Practicum
  • Project II /Thesis II