Enhance Your Skills in 3D Design with Unity
The Unity Immersive Design Certificate prepares students for careers in 3D design through hands-on practice with Unity. Students will create highly realistic and immersive virtual scenes and learn to deploy applications they create. Through projects, students will practice their skills and have a portfolio of work to show to future employers, in addition to a certificate co-branded with the University of San Diego and Unity.
Who Should Attend
The courses in this certificate program are targeted for professionals looking to master real-time 3D development skills through hands-on practice with Unity.
Schedule & Fees
|Course #||Courses (8 units)||Duration||SP||SU||FA||Fee|
|UNXR-X800||Unity: Build a Full Construction Site Tour
( 4 units)
|UNXR-X801||Unity: AR for Industrial Design Visualization
( 4 units)
|One Time Certificate Fee (Waived)|
|Total Certificate Cost (2 courses)||$2499|
|C = Classroom; OFD = Online Fixed-Date; OSP = Online Self-Paced; IS = Independent Study Self-Paced *Schedule and fees subject to change|
Complete the requirements below to earn a Unity Immersive Design Certificate. The certificate can be completed in 12 weeks. Read Certificate Benefits and Policy.
- Complete 2 core courses, UNXR-X800, UNXR-X801 (8 units)
- Learn foundational Unity skills to create in a virtual space
- Create highly realistic and immersive virtual scenes by adding and manipulating features, such as lighting, materials, textures, object animations, and post-processing effects
- Incorporate interactable menus and media (audio, video, images) to the experience
- Use these skills to create and deploy VR applications on OculusGO and AR application on mobile devices
- Create immersive VR experiences and AR applications for real-world use cases such as construction site design and industrial design visualization
- Build virtual worlds with realistic lighting, audio, and object interactions.
- Incorporate user interface design best-practices.
- Manage 3D asset workflows, including poly and CAD models