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Game Design Survey Methodology
The Princeton Review chose the schools for its 2014 list based on a comprehensive survey it conducted in the 2013 academic year of administrators at 150 institutions offering video game design coursework and/or degrees in the United States, Canada and some countries abroad offering video game design coursework and/or degrees.
The Princeton Review developed the survey with the assistance of an advisory board the company formed for this project in 2009. Advisory board members included faculty at top institutions offering game design courses and professionals at leading companies in the gaming industry. The survey, which has more than 50 questions, covers a wide range of topics, from academics and faculty credentials to graduates' employment and career achievements. Some of the survey questions asked of each school are below.
The selection and ranking of schools for the list was based on criteria that broadly covered the quality of the curriculum, faculty, facilities and infrastructure. The Princeton Review also factored in data it collected from the schools on their scholarships, financial aid and career opportunities.