Master the Art of Animation With Our

Digital
Animation

Bachelor of Science in Digital Technology & Design Degree Program

Explore the A-State online B.S. in Digital Technology & Design – Digital Animation Concentration program to enhance your artistic skills. Dive into 2D and 3D visual effects, motion graphics, and digital illustration, expanding your creative abilities. Develop proficiency in communication, creative writing, and psychology alongside nurturing your artistic talents.

In this digital animation bachelor’s degree, delve into program writing foundations, digital design software, and project management methodologies. Master advanced digital design plans while gaining insights into inspiration, ideation, and design principle implementation. Graduating with a portfolio showcasing your programming and design skills, you’ll emerge as a digital animation trendsetter.

Concentration & Major Courses

Credit Hours: 3
Introduction to illustration using computer applications. This course requires three or more hours per week outside of class.

Credit Hours: 3
Foundations in creating digital 2D content for ani­mation, interactive, and game design, including vector art, lighting, sprites and other methodolo­gies. This course requires three or more hours per week outside of class.

Credit Hours: 3
Course features foundational instruction in the art of creating digital 3D content for applications in animation, interactive and game design and in the production of physical objects utilizing 3D printing and laser cutting technology.

Credit Hours: 3
Course features foundational instruction in the art of creating digital 3D content for applications in animation, interactive and game design and in the production of physical objects utilizing 3D printing and laser cutting technology.

Credit Hours: 3
Students will learn basic computer skills that can be used immediately, throughout college and beyond. Emphasis is on learning basic office applications in word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentation graphics.

Credit Hours: 3
An introduction to Windows programming using Microsoft Visual Studio or a similar integrated development environment. Students learn to write programs using an object oriented programming language and incorporating sequence, selection, and repetition structures. Prerequisite, ISBA 1503. Fall.

Credit Hours: 3
Instruction and practice in the writing of poetry, fiction, and drama. May be repeated with change of literary category.

Credit Hours: 3
Introduction to design literacy, color theory, typography, composition, and digital design software.

Credit Hours: 3
Course features app design concepts, prototyping app interfaces and user testing.

Credit Hours: 3
The internship features supervised work in a professional graphic design setting. May be repeated for credit.

Credit Hours: 3
This is an advanced project-based course for creating applications for Android and IOS devices. Students use their knowledge from previous courses to develop fully publishable applications within small teams. (students take twice)

Credit Hours: 3
Course focuses on the creative workflow of iOS app development.

Credit Hours: 3
This course focuses on issues of how human culture impacts the individuals behavior, attitudes, and mental health.

Total Credit Hours: 120

Admissions Requirement


10th, 11th, and 12th Grade Transcripts with a GPA of 2.3/4.0.


High School Certificate with a percentage no less than 77-79%.

Proof of English Proficiency (5.5 IELTS or 61 TOEFL).

Career Paths

Discover the limitless possibilities that await you in the ever-evolving landscape of digital animation.

Animator

An animator involves combining artistic and technical skills to create engaging and visually appealing animations across various media, including films, video games, advertisements, and online content.

VFX Artist

A skilled professional responsible for creating and integrating computer-generated elements into live-action footage, enhancing the visual appeal of films, television shows, commercials, and other visual media.

2D & 3D Content Creator

A 2D and 3D Content Creator brings a multidimensional skill set to the table, capable of producing engaging and dynamic visual content across a range of mediums, from animations and videos to interactive applications and marketing materials.

Multimedia Specialist

A Multimedia Specialist plays a crucial role in creating visually compelling and immersive experiences across a range of media, from digital presentations and websites to marketing materials and interactive applications.

Admission Process

1
Application

Complete the enrollment/application form 

2
Interview

Receive a call for an interview with our admissions team

3
Results

Our Admission Committee will inform the final decision

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