Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation Design

In Animation, students develop concepts and technical skills in three-dimensional computer modeling and animation, digital video, and web design using industry-standard software.

Students explore all types of virtual visualizations including text animation and motion graphics, character animation, story telling, and architectural modelling, rendering, and animation.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

1. Theory and History of Animation:

Identify and classify animation styles and production processes from the evolved history of animation practice and utilize these in contemporary contexts.

2. Professional Art & Design Practice:

Communicate an idea or express a narrative or concept to a range of audiences while following time-management, and appropriate communication skills. Apply a range of art and design skills in animation, as well as in the professional practices of the animation field.

3. Critical Thinking:

Develop an animation project and defend creative visual outcomes to an informed audience. Participate in critical discussion of the arts and the relationship to the creative process with a focus on animation.

4. Visual Literacy:

Analyze complex visual and spatial problems to develop innovative animation and design solutions.

5. Information Technology:

Use and combine multiple traditional and emerging hardware and software technologies in the execution of animation projects.

6. Teamwork and Leadership:

Provide creative and constructive input to pursue a shared goal and collaborate effectively in animation production projects. Lead or cooperate among group members while assuming