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Minor in Esports and Gaming Administration

Add to your major with a minor in Esports and Gaming Administration, lead the future of competitive gaming

In the same way that traditional sports have competitions in baseball, basketball, and football, esports encompasses competitions across a variety of video games. Just as the NBA and its teams need capable marketing, sales, and operations professionals, growing esports leagues and teams need the same to make their name known in this booming global industry.

Between 2018 and 2019, the number of jobs in esports nearly doubled and more people viewed the 2019 “League of Legends” World Championship finals, an esport tournament for the popular online game League of Legends, than the 2018 Super Bowl!

Graduates of this program will have the skills necessary to work for internationally known video game companies producing video games that could reach the expanding market of video game players. To ensure graduates enter the workforce with knowledge of best practices and current technology, Capitol Tech has partnered with Unity Technologies, the world’s most-used game development tool, and the International Game Developers Association. 

Required Courses (21 credits)

*Courses are 15-week taken through RIZE Consortium (Live online or Asynchronous)

RIZE fall 2021 course dates are September 7 through December 10.

Students must complete all prerequisites for each course.
All courses must be successfully completed with a grade of “C” or higher.  No course substitutions will be allowed.
No more than six credits may apply to both the major degree program and a minor.
No more than nine transfer credits may be applied to a minor.