I have completed a Computer Science bachelor's degree, from where I went on to pursue an MA in Digital Game Design, which I am about to finish this September – and these are obviously the two things that I put on my resume into the Education section.
However, while I studied Computer Science, I also pursued another undergraduate studies at the same time, French literature, which I actually pursued for two years in Prague, where I live, and another year on an exchange programme in France. I actually almost completed even this second studies (I had approx. 150 out of the 180 credits needed to finish), but when I was accepted to study the MA in London, I decided to not pursue the French studies anymore and move to London straight away.
My question is, should I put the second, unfinished bachelor studies on my resume when applying for jobs where I think that a three-year education in literature could be relevant?
In particular, I am applying for Game Designer jobs, and I think that the combination of Computer Science and a more humanistic subject such as literature could create the positive impression that I am a well-rounded person, which I think is an excellent trait particularly for a Game Designer. That is also what I lead with in the summary on my resume:
'With an university education that combines technical, creative, and humanistic perspectives, I am well-equipped to approach all the aspects of modern video game design.'
However, I am worried that putting an unfinished bachelor's studies on my resume could also create a negative impression for obvious reasons, and I do not know whether this would in the end score me more positive or negative points.
Should I list the second studies on my resume?