From The New York Times.
Are you a high school student who dreams of inventing the next Wii or Kinect sensation, or the next “Call of Duty”?
For the second year in a row, Princeton Review and GamePro Media, the publisher of GamePro magazine, a video-gamers’ bible, have joined forces to handicap what they consider the “Top 10” undergraduate and graduate programs in video game design.
For readers of The Choice who may have logged so much time on the X-Box that they have actually contemplated a career in this (virtual) world, a list like this is probably most valuable as a vehicle for brainstorming the names of universities that actually permit students to study such things. (And yes, I would count myself among those whose first response might well be, “Who knew?”)
Which undergraduate institutions made the list?
And if you go the web page, take a look at the comments. They are even more informative with opinions from former game design students who are now working in the industry.