The Game Development Mini-Degree is a massive collection of online courses that will teach you how to code and build impressive games with Unity. We built this curriculum with a one-stop shop mentality. We’ll begin by teaching you to code and how to use the Unity engine. After that, you can go into several in-depth paths, depending on exactly what interests you. 2D, 3D, mobile, VR and AR, you name it — we’ve got you covered.
With the purchase of any Mini-Degree, you’ll receive premium support from our expert team. Each and every course in the Game Development Mini-Degree comes with a discussion area where students can ask questions, meet each other, and showcase their progress. We have a dedicated support team that answers student questions so that you can get answers and make progress.
Build your own portfolio of games
Our program is designed with a project-based approach at foremost front and center. By following along with the lessons, you’ll be learning hands-on and building smaller-scoped projects, which will make game development second nature.
More advanced and higher-level courses are included too. Highly asked for content is covered, such as procedural level generation, working with huge worlds, creating immersive cut-scenes, and RPG mechanics.
An expert-crafted structure
You’ll learn about game design documents, how they can help you scope your game, and moreover effectively communicate that idea in a team-structured environment. By the end of the Game Development Mini-Degree, you’ll have built a rock-solid portfolio that you can use to propel your career forward, to start on your next project with, or even perform client-side work.
Besides coding you will also learn to create your own game artwork (2D and 3D) using only free tools: Blender, MagicaVoxel, Gimp and Inkscape.
At ZENVA, we’ve been teaching programming online since 2012 to over 200,000 students, many of whom have used these skills to advance their careers, start companies and publish games.
If you get stuck, there is a discussion area where you can ask questions, meet other students and showcase your work!