Cogswell College has been named one of a tip schools in North America to investigate diversion pattern in 2016, according to new rankings from The Princeton Review. The San Jose college ranked No. 19 out of a tip 50 diversion pattern programs published in PC Gamer repository by a partnership with Princeton Review. Cogswell’s diversion module ranked No. 1 in Northern California and No. 2 statewide.
Cogswell students and alumni have grown and shipped games such as Rise of a Tomb Raider, grown by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix; Halo 4 from Sledgehammer Games and Activision; a new Google Project Tango “Best in Show” leader We R Cubed from students Christian Sasso Steven Ulrich; and a arriving student-designed diversion Vampire Teeth, shipping this summer.
The 2016 Princeton Review list includes a Top 50 undergraduate and Top 25 connoisseur schools for diversion design. The tip 5 undergrad programs on a list are University of Utah (Salt Lake City), Univ. of Southern California (Los Angeles), Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY), DigiPen Institute of Technology (Redmond, WA) and Becker College (Worcester, MA). The tip 5 connoisseur programs are Univ. of Central Florida (Orlando), Southern Methodist University (Plano, TX), Univ. of Utah and DigiPen. See some-more here.
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