Program Categories: Cartooning, Character Animation, Experimental Animation, Computer Animation/Digital Art, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Multimedia/Games, Web Graphics/Design, Web Animation, Performance Animation, Animation History/Theory, Workshops
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Entrance Requirements: Applicants may possess a recognised undergraduate degree with a major in an area of animation, design, media studies or production, information technology or visual arts, and have a demonstrated interest in animation design, animation studies or animation production. Applicants with considerable professional experience but without formal qualifications may be admitted to the course on the basis of their professional experience.
Program Philosophy: he course comprises a combination of coursework, research and project work. Coursework areas include traditional film animation, 2D and 3D digital animation, graphic visualisation, object-oriented programming and animation studies, culminating in the production of a short animated work. Animation production is undertaken as project work in the final semester and provides an opportunity for students to explore an area of particular interest or professional benefit. This may be undertaken as individual work or as part of a collaborative team.
Faculty Description: The School of Design provides world best practice design education and research in a context of new technology, globalisation, sustainability and social change. Industry engagement is a vital component of our success.
Alumni Information: UTS Alumni networks offer opportunities for social and professional networking with alumni from your faculty/discipline area, or who live in the same region, or work in the same industry.
Alumni members are closely involved in running networks, with support from the UTS:Alumni Relations Office. Graduates are welcome to join an existing alumni network, or can set up a new alumni network with assistance from the Alumni Relations Office.
Career Placement Information: Career options include positions in animation, including animation for the internet, architecture, character design, computer game software design, experimental animation, feature film production, film and television graphics, special effects and storyboard design.