Bachelor of Computer Science (Game and Mobile Development)
Developed and awarded by University of Wollongong, Australia.
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This major will equip you with skills to apply techniques to the development of video games and related systems on computers and mobile platforms, including devices such as mobile phones, tablets and wearable devices.
Acquire skill set for game and mobile developme career
The Game and Mobile Development major has been designed to meet the current global demand for skilled graduates in the areas of game and multimedia system development. This major will equip you with skills to apply techniques to the development of video games and related systems on computers and mobile platforms, including devices such as mobile phones, tablets and wearable devices.
Australian Computer Society (ACS)
The ACS has mutual recognition of qualifications with:
- Singapore Computer Society
- International Federation of Information Processing
- South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation
- Malaysia National Computer Confederation
- Seoul Accord – mutual recognition between ABEEK (Korea), ABET (US), BCS (UK), CIPS (Canada), HKIE (HK and China), IEET (Taiwan), JABEE (Japan)
Study Opportunities (offered by UOW in Australia)
Students in the UOW programme at SIM are eligible to transfer to the Wollongong campus but subject to separate application and enrolment process. Graduates can apply to enrol in the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) programme at Wollongong, Australia.
A career as a game developer or educational multimedia developer awaits you. You will develop both traditional computer science skills as well as creative skills including visualisation, interaction and communication skills. Experts in this field work in the entertainment industry, the game and mobile industry in Australia and worldwide as mobile application developers, game programmers, animators, game engine developers, mobile entertainment and multimedia designers.
The programme is taught in Singapore, with UOW academics teaching in the final year
Mode of Delivery
The course is intensive and demanding but rewarding and achievable. Classes include face-to-face lectures, tutorials and lab sessions.
Classes in 3-hour blocks: 8:30 – 11:30am, 12noon – 3pm, or 3:30 – 6:30pm.
Intensive lectures in the final year will be delivered in a continuous block of seven days for each subject, and occasionally will be held on Saturday.
Students typically study two subjects in one session.
Core Modules list
Networks and Communications
Human Computer Interaction
Data Management & Security
Object Oriented Design & Programming
Introduction to Web Technology
IT Project Management
Software Development Methodologies
Mathematics for Computer Science
Algorithms & Data Structures
Interactive Computer Graphics
Multicore and GPU programming
Game Engine Essentials
3D Modelling and Animation
Cryptography and Secure Applications
Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
Big Data Management
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Database Performance Tuning
Business Process Management
Strategic eBusiness Solutions
Frontend Web Programming
Principles of eBusiness
Management Information Systems
Knowledge & Information Engineering
Introduction to Management
Accounting Fundamentals in Society
Accounting in Organisations
Managing Human Resources
Management of Change
Economic Essentials for Business
Fundamental Programming with Python
Statistics for Business
1 Final Year Project
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Maximum 3 times the duration for completion under a standard full-time load, subject to meeting ongoing course progression rules.
Minimum Class Size
Minimum class size to commence: 24 students. Students will be informed 1 month prior to class commencement
- 3 GCE ‘A’ level / 3 H2 passes plus 1 H1 pass with a minimum aggregate of 9 points where A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1 (for H1 apply half the value)*
- Diploma: 3-year diploma from local polytechnic or its equivalent.
*Minimum Aggregate scores in the qualifications mentioned are required for entry and will be assessed by UOW.
Applicants may be admitted to different credit exemptions based on their academic results.
For information on Overseas Qualifications, click HERE
Standard Entry (3 years) : S$33,384.00 for 23 modules, payable over 12 semesters
Year 1: 8 modules
Year 2: 8 modules
Fee per module: S$1070.00
Year 3: 6 modules
Fee per module: S$2033.00
Final Year Project (FYP): 1 module
Fee per module: S$4066.00
Course fee based on credit exemptions
0.5 Year credit exemption : S$29,104.00 for 19 modules, payable over 10 semesters
1 Year credit exemption : S$24,824.00 for 15 modules, payable over 8 semesters
1.5 Year credit exemption : S$20,544.00 for 11 modules, payable over 6 semesters
All fees inclusive of prevailing GST (exclusive of text books)
Scholarships & Awards
Info-communications Development Authority of Singapore (IDA)
Exemptions are normally granted automatically to students with relevant background. Block exemptions may be granted to students with relevant diplomas from the local polytechnics and universities.
All modules previously studied will be evaluated and compared with the requirements of the student’s programme of study and a block exemption granted where appropriate.
To obtain maximum credit exemption, applicants must have GPA of 2.0 or more (out of 4.0). Applicants with GPA below 2.0 will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
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Average teacher-student ratio 1:45
Assessment & Exams
Students are normally assessed by continuous assessment in the following form:
- Class tests
- Laboratory exercises
- Practical laboratory tests
- Tutorial exercises
Some assignments and presentations will be group-based. Assessment may have a minimum achievement requirement necessary to pass. Most modules have a final examination at the end of semester.
Students are to pass all subjects within the current year of study before proceeding to the next year of study. For modules with pre-requisites, students may be required to meet the pre-requisites before undertaking the modules.
Local students: 80%
International students: 90%
Award & Graduation
The Bachelor of Computer Science (Game and Mobile Development) contain common subjects for Year 1 and 2, plus a 48-credit point programme in the final year which consists of 6 coursework subjects each worth 6 credit points and a final project worth 12 credit points.
On successful completion, graduates receive the Bachelor of Computer Science (Game and Mobile Development) awarded by the University of Wollongong.