Graphics Programmers

If you are interested in graphics programming take classes that satisfy the admission requirements of the college or university that you plan to attend. Most major universities have requirements for English, mathematics, science, and foreign languages. Other classes that are useful include physics, statistics, logic, computer science, and if available, drafting. Since graphics programmers have to have an artistic sense of layout and design, art and photography courses can also be helpful.


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