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If you're passionate about video games, animated features or shorts, visual effects, or visualizations, and you feel just as comfortable with a mouse and keyboard as with a brush or pencil, digital animation may be the field for you!

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Digital animation is a relatively new art form that requires both artistic and technical skill. Our programs are focused on creating well-rounded digital animation generalists that are comfortable working in all areas of production.  Classes cover storyboarding, modeling, texturing, shading, lighting, rigging, animating, rendering, producing short films, and designing & developing games.

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Students can take digital animation courses as electives or as part of our Bachelor of Arts in Art - Studio Concentration, Studio Art MinorGame Production Minor, or our Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art - Digital Animation Concentration. The DAC BFA provides students maximum time and experience with digital animation as a discipline.  Acceptance to the DAC requires a successful BFA portfolio review, see Art, Art History, & Design's program overview for more information. 

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