Game Design and Theory

Game Theory

Young ladies will explore the basic concepts underlying gaming. They will learn multi-mode game design and development through the integration of mathematical theory, creative storytelling and computerized tools. Students will explore all aspects of designing games from the artwork to the motion involved and mechanics of the game, through a variety of mediums, such as board, card, and computer. The week concludes in the presentation of their own idea brought partially to life.

Important Information

Who: Female Students Ages 14-18
When: TBD
Where: Daytona Beach, FL
    Overnight Camp Option:  $950 (Advanced Registration discount of $50 is applied to all completed application packets received by April 4, 2019)
     Day Camp Option:  $400 (Check-in each day at 8:30am and Check-out each day at 4:30pm). 

Tuition & Fees

Tuition includes supervised housing, on-campus meals, classroom instruction, books and materials. Camps require a non-refundable $30 application fee

Application Process

The application process for all summer camps consists of several steps. Please review our Application Instructions for guidance and to help with any questions you might have.


Registration opens January 10, 2018.

International Students

In addition to the required application process, non-U.S. citizens applying to Aerospace College Credit, Flight Exploration, Aviation Voyage, SunFlight Solo, SunFlight Private Pilot, and SunFlight Custom camps are required to fill out the International Student Affidavit of Financial Support.

Please visit parent resources for a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions.

Contact Information

Daytona Beach, FL
Phone: 386-226-7945

Summer Overnight Camps

Live on campus like Embry-Riddle students and explore career possibilities in flight, mechanical engineering, global security, or what it is like to be a NASA astronaut.

Embry-Riddle's overnight summer programs at the Daytona Beach Campus and Prescott Campus introduce the technology of today to the aviators, engineers, and astronauts of tomorrow.

Students live in on-campus dormitories — under the supervision of approved counselors — and share their initial experience of University living with other young people near their age