High industry demand for 3D and XR developers drives the University of Tulsa to adopt Unity

June 24, 2021

How does a top private university help students meet industry demand for certified Unity developers and all-around 3D and XR skills? The University of Tulsa (TU) created its Computer Simulation and Gaming (CSG) program to provide students with exactly that – hands-on, project-based skills in all aspects of leading-edge interactive design and development.

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