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Students demonstrate their abilities as professional contributing artists in the field of games through the completion of a thesis project that advances the medium of games historically, aesthetically, or socially. Students will be required to publically show their thesis work as well as defend it before an appointed committee of faculty knowledgeable in the field. PREREQUISITE(S): GAM 550
This course is repeatable.