Media Arts & Animation employers have high expectations, and so do we. Drawing on years of industry experience, our Media Arts & Animation school instructors will push you to go beyond your comfort zone as you explore and experiment with new ideas and techniques.
Media Arts & Animation employers have high expectations, and so do we. Drawing on years of industry experience, our Media Arts & Animation school instructors will push you to go beyond your comfort zone as you explore and experiment with new ideas and techniques. They’ll work to help you fulfill your potential while being there to provide one-on-one support and mentorship every step of the way.
In your Media Arts & Animation classes, you’ll start by drawing by hand and exploring the fundamentals of composition, color, and design. Then, you’ll move to building skills in storytelling, 2D and 3D animation, modeling, background design, lighting, rigging, and more.
From concept to creation to editing and delivery, you can learn it all while working with same kind of software and technology used by industry professionals—and while collaborating with other talented, inspiring students in your program.
You know the power of a well-planned and well-executed design, and that power is something you want to wield. Whether you’re more passionate about graphic design.
Or web design or you’re still deciding between the two, you’ll need a solid foundation in both areas to get ahead. In a world of increasingly interactive communication, this blend is what employers expect.
Undergraduates in the School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology begin their coursework learning the foundations of computer animation, game studies, UX/UI design, motion graphics, digital fabrication, and media histories.
Animation is magical it can speak across cultural, age, gender and language barriers. Because animation uses our own imagination, its images and narratives have a unique power to move people to laughter and tears sometimes at the same time.