Are you a digital media or gaming professional seeking to advance your skills or launch new gaming projects? Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, in partnership with Interactive Ontario, now offers courses for digital professionals seeking to advance in the fields of gaming and digital media development. From project and human resources management to entrepreneurial finance, behaviour, and strategy, the EDGE: Education for Digital Games Entrepreneurs program will deliver the expertise and training digital professionals and entrepreneurs need to advance in a dynamic and growing industry.
EDGE workshops will help you better understand the non-technical essentials of the digital and gaming industry, giving you the key skills to make strategic business decisions and allow your vision to become reality and thrive.
EDGE has been designed to provide you with in-depth knowledge of topics pertaining to the interactive gaming industry:
- CKIG 100 Interactive Gaming: Entrepreneurial Finance in Interactive Gaming
- CKIG 200 Interactive Gaming: Human Resources Management in Interactive Gaming
- CKIG 300 Interactive Gaming: Intellectual Property in Interactive Gaming
- CKIG 400 Interactive Gaming: Principles of Marketing in Interactive Gaming
- CKIG 500 Interactive Gaming: Project Management in Interactive Gaming
- CKIG 600 Interactive Gaming: Leadership and Entrepreneurial Behaviour in Interactive Gaming
Bundle your learning! You also have the option to enroll in all six workshops through a cost-saving bundle:
CKIG 990 Interactive Gaming: Interactive Gaming Workshop Bundle
The objective of this program is for you to be in a better position to understand the non-technical aspects of interactive gaming, and to gain the key knowledge you require to make strategic business decisions.
This is an open admissions workshop series with no prerequisites. See Enrollment for enrollment details.
See “Partnership to help teach business skills to digital gaming entrepreneurs” (Ryerson University, January 24, 2011) or contact The Chang School for further program details by phone: 416.979.5035 or email.