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.
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. Read more about applying to the BFA program.
Students who successfully compete the BFA program will possess the following:
Interested in learning more about the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation program? The following video explains what sets this program apart from the Bachelor of Arts in Game Design program.
Check out the DigiPen Art Gallery to see student work from the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation program.
Some of the roles that BFA graduates have assumed include: