April 22, 2019
SSU is nationally ranked in Game Design for the ninth year in a row by Princeton Review.
Shawnee State University is proud to announce that it has been named once again on Princeton Review’s 2019 Top 50 Undergraduate Schools for Game Design.
This year makes it the ninth year in a row for SSU’s Game Design program to be named on the list, and SSU has captured the number 20 spot on the undergraduate programs list for 2019!
“Our gaming programs at Shawnee State have many indicators of excellence, and we’re happy to have the Princeton Review recognition as one of these indicators of excellence in Game Programming and Design. The growth and success of the game development programs have been the result of the efforts of many faculty and staff across campus and the impact of our alumni,” said Adam Miller, Chairperson of SSU’s Engineering Technologies Department.
The Princeton Review chose the schools for its top game design program list this year based on a survey conducted in 2018 of administrators at 150 institutions that offer game design courses, majors or degree programs. Surveyed schools were in the U.S., Canada and abroad.
The survey collected information about the school’s game design programs in four areas: academics, faculty, technology and career prospects. In all, more than 40 data points were analyzed to tally the lists. More information on The Princeton Review rankings methodology can be found at The Princeton Review.