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What is the Unity Certified Expert Gameplay Programmer exam?
The exam that this Specialization prepares you to take is Unity's professional certification exam for expert gameplay programmers: Unity programmers with around 4 years of experience in the games industry, who have shipped multiple game titles. Learn more about the exam here:
We anticipate that completing all courses in the Specialization, including all of the project work, will take around 18 weeks at between 2-3 hours a week. As these courses are designed as exam preparation for Unity programmers, you are encouraged to complete only the courses and weeks of instruction that you need to feel ready for the exam.
What background knowledge is necessary?
These courses are for Unity gameplay programmers with at least 2-3 years of professional experience in the game development industry. You should have a strong working knowledge of Unity APIs and C# Programming, and their application across all phases of the game production cycle.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
No. Although the courses follow the creation of two Unity projects, and those projects are built up in a logical, sequential order, we fully expect learners to pick and choose the topics for which they need the most practice and review. However, learners who are less confident in their skills may want to complete the courses in order.
Does completing this Specialization mean I earn a Unity Certification?
No. This courseware is made to help you prepare for Unity's Expert Gameplay Programmer Certification exam, a proctored exam available through the Pearson VUE network of test centers. Passing this exam, not the course, is the ultimate validation of your Unity gameplay programming skill:
What will I be able to do upon completing the Specialization?
When you complete the Specialization, you will have had practice in all of the topical areas covered by the Unity Certified Expert Gameplay Programmer exam, and you are encouraged to schedule the exam via Pearson Vue: