The University of Utah’s Entertainment Arts & Engineering video game design program was ranked No. 1 in the nation in graduate gaming schools and No. 2 in undergraduate programs.

The survey asked the school’s administrators to report on everything from their academic offerings and faculty’s credentials to their graduates’ starting salaries and employment experience. Among the surveyed schools, The Princeton Review found that undergrads are earning an average starting salary of $58,000, a 20% increase from last year and 28% more than the average salary for all 2014 undergrads.

Students studying game design at these schools also find professional achievement while still in school. 48% of undergrads and 66% of grad students work on a game that is shipped before they graduate.

Read this full press release in The Princeton Review