The Daily Bulletin of Ontario, Calif., reports on the booming popularity of video-game design education on college campuses. The Art Institute of California, for example, has seen its Game Art and Design program enrollment go from 21 students to 305 in just four years. And USC is now able to offer an MFA program in interactive media, thanks in part to an $8 million donation from game-maker Electronic Arts. Game design programs make sense for higher education, since video games now represent an $11 billion industry.