Princeton Review Ranks Top 8 Undergrad Game Design Programs

The Princeton Review has ranked the top eight undergraduate programs in game design, so if you’re looking to be the next Cliffy B (but with better taste in cars) then you’ll want to pay attention to these rankings. Ladies and gentlemen…here are your top eight finalists…I’m Raymond Padilla…and this is American Idol. Sorry, I’ve always wanted to do that. Anyway, here they are:

  1. University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)
  2. DigiPen Institute of Technology (Redmond, WA)
  3. Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA)
  4. Becker College (Worcester, MA)
  5. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, NY)
  6. The Art Institute of Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia)
  7. Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, MA)
  8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)

A word of advice — RPI is a great school, but you really don’t want to go to college in upstate New York. The winters are nasty.

Any of you considering these fine institutions?

Source via Game Politics

Author: RPadTV

5 thoughts on “Princeton Review Ranks Top 8 Undergrad Game Design Programs”

  1. If i had some money to go back to school and was willing to go through schooling again, USC would be the one for me. come on, if that pic wasn't a great recruitment tool for USC i don't know what would.

  2. @tokz_21 The Trojan cheerleaders were at the Nintendo DS launch in LA. I did a video for GameSpy back then and remember asking them if they were ribbed for my pleasure. *snicker*

  3. @rpad

    comedy gold at it's finest, too bad they probably didn't see it that way.

  4. Ok, well now I have to ask: What does Cliffy B drive? It can't be worse than my '97 Ford Earth Destroyer.


  5. yeah I am also a little curious about what cliffy B drives as well…?

    I could handle the winters, I'm guessing they would be comparable to where I lived in Wisconsin, the local high school had a section of the parking lot for snowmobiles because they were just as common as other vehicles.

    And I am noticing a common trend with all eight of those schools listed…they are all out of my price range and no where close to where I live.

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