The B.S. degree in esports and gaming provides students with a well-rounded, holistic, and scientific understanding of the esports and gaming industry and its various components. Through concentrations in corruption and gambling, game studies, and esports performance and health - or a general concentration - students will obtain a liberal studies-backed degree which leverages passion and interest in esports and gaming. Students will be prepared to work in various industries that abut the esports space such as criminal justice, psychology, sociology, art, the sciences, technology, health, and related topics.
Students earning a B.S. degree in esports and gaming are required to complete 122 credits, including the university core curriculum (41 credits). Further clarification and additional requirements are outlined below: