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Computer Science and Game Design Certificate 
            

 


Zulama by EMC School and the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) are pleased to offer a Computer Science and Game Design professional development course designed for K-12 teachers that takes approximately 30 hours to complete. Through this fun and highly interactive, self-paced, online course, you will learn and apply game design principles and programming skills. Using the professional game engine, GameMaker: Studio™, you will design and code an original video game and showcase it in your own digital portfolio. Upon completion you will receive a Computer Science and Game Design Certificate jointly issued by EMC School and CSTA. This professional development opportunity aligns with the K-12 CS Framework and the CSTA standards.

This cutting-edge Professional Development Program costs $400. Payment can be made with a PO from your school or via credit card.

Click here for the course Syllabus

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
To register for this course, you will need to be logged into the CSTA website. You will be prompted to log in when you click on the below link.

Register for the course here.

If you are not currently a CSTA member, you can join now. Membership is free to individuals. 
Click here to join as a member.
Interested in bulk pricing? Contact info@zulama.com.
 
EDEX CREDIT INFORMATION

NOW AVAILABLE! Teachers who complete the Computer Science and Game Design Certificate course can now apply for EdEx Credit through St. Catherine University's here. The cost of the credit is $150 (not included in the price of the certificate course).

 

REFUND POLICY

A full refund of the Computer Science and Game Design Certificate will be granted within 30 days as long as the course content has not been accessed. Once accessed, the course is non-refundable. The Computer Science and Game Design Certificate must be completed within one year of a user gaining access. 

 

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