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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation

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    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation

    The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation is a four-year program designed to prepare students to create artwork at the professional level. Rather than simply teaching students how to use current tools and software, the BFA program emphasizes the development of foundational skills that remain relevant and useful regardless of the technology or medium. Students who successfully complete this program will have the skills to produce powerful, affecting imagery in a professional studio environment.
    Admissions Information

    Candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation program must have a strong foundation in drawing and art concepts and be open to constructive feedback on their work. Candidates must provide an art portfolio of 15 to 20 samples of artwork and should have experience with drawing and other fine arts disciplines such as painting and sculpture.

    Topics Covered

    Students who successfully compete the BFA program will possess the following:

        * Extensive production experience in both 2D and 3D animation, as well as an area of greater focus that enables students to target a specific sector of the industry according to their interests and abilities.
        * Excellent drawing skills, including an understanding of how to maintain and continually enhance their craft throughout their career.
        * Strong storytelling abilities, including visual storytelling, literary traditions, story through dialog, story through acting, and cinematic conventions.
        * Familiarity with modern studio processes, including the ability to use current tools and software, as well as the ability to learn new software while maintaining a strict production schedule.
        * Professional work habits and attitude, including knowing how to utilize and integrate professional criticism into their work.

    Career Outlook


    Some of the roles that BFA graduates have assumed include:

        * Props and Environment Modeler
        * Texture Artist
        * Character Modeler
        * 3D Lighting and Camera Designer
        * Character Rigger
        * Character Animator
        * Effects Animator
        * Storyboard Artist
        * Cinematic Animator
        * Conceptual Illustrator

    Recommended Course Sequence Chart (BFA)

    Semester 1:

    Introduction to Animation - Theories and Techniques I
    The Language of Drawing
    Art and Technology
    Visual Perception
    Storytelling
    History of Film and Animation

    Semester 2:

    Acting for Animation
    Advanced Animation - Theories and Techniques II
    Tone, Color, and Composition
    Basic Life Drawing
    Human Muscular, Skeletal, and Kinetic Anatomy
    Visual Language and Film Analysis

    Semester 3:

    Advanced Life Drawing
    Animal Muscular, Skeletal, and Kinetic Anatomy
    Two-Dimensional Raster Graphics and Animation
    Introduction to 3D Animation
    Two-Dimensional Animation Production

    Semester 4:

    Three-Dimensional Design and Sculpture or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Character Design   
    Two-Dimensional Vector Graphics and Animation  or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Three-Dimensional Character Animation
    Two-Dimensional Vector Animation Production

    Semester 5
    :

    Acting through an Interface or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Perspective, Backgrounds, and Layouts
    Three-Dimensional Environment and Level Design
    Story through Dialogue
    Storyboards
    Limited-Scope 3D Production

    Semester 6:

    Voice Acting for Animation or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Introduction to Applied Math and Physics
    Graphics for Gaming or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Cinematography
    Three-Dimensional Animation Production

    Semester 7:

    Conceptual Illustration and Visual Development
    Digital Post-Production or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Fundamentals of Music and Sound Design or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Portfolio
    Capstone Project I

    Semester 8:

    Cinematic Animation or any course from the Elective Requirement list.
    Media and Ethics: A Social Science Perspective
    Introduction to Scripting and Programming
    Introduction to Intellectual Property and Contracts
    Capstone Project II

    Degree Total: 144 minimum

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