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Unity Developers

Education and Training Requirements

High School

Take as many computer science classes as possible in high school to build your technical and digital design skills. Recommended courses include computer science, software development, computer programming, computer security, and game design (if it is offered). Art and graphic design classes will help you to develop your creativity. Mathematical concepts comprise the building blocks of game and other digital product design, especially pertaining to 3-D modeling and software programming, so you should also take algebra, trigonometry, calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, and applied mathematics. Many Unity developers are self-employed, which means they need to know how to run a business—whether it’s just a one-person shop or they’re managing a team of developers. Useful classes for those who are self-employed include business management, accounting, marketing, writing, and speech.

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