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Southern New Hampshire University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Video Game Design

5 Reviews

Locations:   Manchester (NH) 

Annual Tuition: $9,600

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
40% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Video Game Design

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Video Game Design

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Reviewed: 6/26/2022

Degree: Video Game Design

I attended SNHU for a while to earn a degree in game development. The online classes were very poorly put together and a complete waste of money, especially for the extremely high rates. Most of the instruction and answers to questions essentially amounted to "go look up info on YouTube." After I quit attending, they then tried to bill me for funds that were already covered by student loans. They have since sent the account to collections, so not only do I have student loans from them, but also collections... Read More

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Reviewed: 10/1/2019

Degree: Video Game Design

I have heard great things about this school, however my experience was overall lackluster. Not to say the entire school itself was bad, but just my self experience. On one hand the Online environment is easy to adjust to, is very balanced and is completely fair with your balance between personal life and degree, SNHU tries their best to want their students to succeed and really do try and make sure that chances are given to reach that goal. The learning experience itself was also a treat, even though... Read More


Reviewed: 1/18/2019

Degree: Video Game Design

It's hard to mess up traditional pen and paper courses. All the prerequisite traditional studies I did were flawless. Once I got into the focal classes for my video game development degree, however, it was apparent that this school has no idea how to deal with changing technologies, or properly teach them. This is especially true with their online courses. It's like their online programs are ran by luddites. The instructors were very hands off for the most part. Teaching the class pretty much included... Read More


Reviewed: 5/8/2018

Degree: Video Game Design

I am a new student working through my third term, and I have nothing but great things to say about the school. I had a lot of trepidation about starting college at 32, and while I consider myself a reasonably capable person I never pushed myself to make excellent grades beyond middle school. Getting into the school was actually a breeze, and the counselors and financial aid department allayed all of the fears I had of applying in the first place. I am currently taking two courses per term (six terms... Read More


Reviewed: 6/7/2016

Degree: Video Game Design

I was an online student until I dropped out yesterday. While looking for another school worth being associated with, I found this site. Here's what my experiences at SNHU online have taught me. - Good grades are easy to get, learning not so much. - Online courses do not cater to any learning styles other than reading/writing. Just because someone learns better with visuals does not mean they're dumb, but you will feel it if you're a visual or hands-on learner taking online courses at SNHU. The school... Read More


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