Across our suite of six short courses, you will explore technologies like Blender, Unity, C++, C#, and more.
Not certain that you want to pursue the full certificate? Courses can be taken before applying to the certificate program, or individually around areas of interest.
Whether you are a learning designer seeking new ways to build meaningful educational experiences or a game developer who sees the future of gaming in VR, we are ready for you.
Bring your big ideas to Tufts, and we’ll give you the skills to make them happen.
SMFA's Certificate in Virtual Reality is a flexible, intensive, skills-oriented program built upon its unique interdisciplinary approach to art-making.
The courses within the VR certificate are designed to give students advanced skills and understanding of virtual reality, and include building 3D environments, coding in C++ and C#, scripting, building models in Blender and Unity, and UI elements. The courses are all asynchronous, giving students even greater flexibility as they move through the curriculum.
If the Certificate in Virtual Reality sounds like a fit for you, submit your application today. You’ll receive emails regarding the program and be notified when it’s time to register. Applications take less than 10 minutes to complete!
Want to take your education even further? SMFA offers a Certificate in Graphic Design, Certificate in Illustration, and Dual Certificate in Illustration and Graphic Design to add even more artistic flair to your virtual reality environments.
Strengthen your ability to implement VR in your current role, or transition into a new job like:
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If you want professors who have real-world experience and help push your skills further, these programs are worth pursuing.
I found that having the classes small meant that the critique sessions were really valuable and that everyone got a chance to share their work.
One thing I enjoyed was the camaraderie between the students, because a lot of us were like myself, working and trying to do a career shift. Going into the program wondering, “I really hope this is going to pay off” so having other students who were supportive and encouraging was so nice.