University's PlayStation Classroom has DualShock Desks

This fall, Sangmyung University in Seoul, South Korea will begin teaching a course on PlayStation. Just check out the classroom.

According to Inven, Ruliweb, and GameFocus (via tipster Sang), the university teamed up with Sony for the course, which uses PS4 consoles and PS Vita handhelds as part of the curriculum. The weekly, three-credit class teaches students about the game industry.

University's PlayStation Classroom has DualShock Desks

[Photo: GameFocus]

Guest lecturers will also speak, and the course will cover topics ranging from video game history and game graphics to online gaming and marketing. There is even a field trip scheduled to a local game studio! And yes, there is a mid-term and a final exam.

University's PlayStation Classroom has DualShock Desks

[Photo: PlayStation Korea]

University's PlayStation Classroom has DualShock Desks

[Photo: Inven]

When the class is not in session, it will be open to other students as a PlayStation demo area.

University's PlayStation Classroom has DualShock Desks

[Photo: PlayStation Korea]

상명대학교 'PlayStation® Class', 9월 5일부터 본격 운영! [PlayStation Korea Thanks, Sang!]

상명대학교 3학점 'Playstation Class' 수업 개설, 2학기부터 운영 [GameFocus]

플레이스테이션으로 공부하자! 상명대 'PlayStation Class' 개설 [Inven]

SCEK, 9월 5일부터 상명대서 '플레이스테이션 클래스' 연다 [K-Bench]

상명대학교, 'PlayStation Class' 9월 5일부터 본격 운영 [Ruliweb]

Top photo: Ruliweb

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