Career and Technical Education
The tech industry needs qualified job candidates more than ever . . .
and now there’s a new way for you to teach computer science
to meet this growing demand.
Zulama’s innovative, robust courses use game design to introduce and develop computer science skills. This is proven to be the most effective way to engage students and prepare them for high-tech careers. Developed to mirror the Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center program (ETC), Zulama meets or exceeds all of the latest computer science teaching standards.
Creating Career-Ready Students
Zulama courses prepare students for the following professional certification exams:
|3D Modeling I & II||160-240 hours||In these two courses, 3D Modeling I and II, students learn about and practice the highly skilled digital art of 3D modeling.||Autodesk 3ds Max Certified User Exam|
|AP Computer Science Principles||160-240 hours||The course teaches students to use computational thinking, solve problems, analyze innovations in computing, and deeply understand the global impact of the Internet.||College Board AP CS Principles Exam|
|GameMaker Programming I & II||160-240 hours||These two hands-on courses, GameMaker I and II, teach basic programming concepts, where students code two-dimensional games using GameMaker™.||GameMaker Certification Exam (in development)|
|Mobile Game Design||80-120 hours||In this fun, hands-on, project-based course, students use GameSalad software to create games that can be played on iOS or Android devices.||GameSalad Certification Exam (in development)|
|Unity Programming||160-240 hours||This course teaches advanced programming concepts in a hands-on environment by coding real 3D games using Unity.||Unity Certified Associate Exam|
Courses may be purchased on a per teacher/per class basis, or as an unlimited site license package.
Correlating to Career Ready Standards
Download our white paper, Career and Technology Education: Alignment with the Zulama Computer Science and Game Design Curriculum, to learn more about how Zulama curriculum correlates to CTE and Career Ready standards.