God of War Developers Teaching Video Game Design and Development Course at UCLA

August 6, 2014Written by Zarmena Khan


Veterans of the God of War franchise, Marianne Krawczyk and Whitney Wade, are all set to teach a course for University of California, Los Angeles’ Professional Program series starting this fall. 

Called Interactivity: A Course in Video Game Design and Development , the course will run for ten weeks as a graduate-level non-degree course. It is aimed towards helping students greenlight their own video game proposals, with guidance from industry professionals. 

Krawczyk was a lead writer for the God of War series and has other AAA titles in her portfolio including Prince of Persia. Wade has also been working with the God of War franchise since its inception, and serves as the manager of internal production at Sony Santa Monica. 

Spaces are limited – only 14, to be precise. So if you’re in the area and are interested in attending, read through details of the course here

[Source: UCLA via GamesIndustry.biz]