Number of Credits and GPA
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation requires completion of at least 126 credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better. The program usually spans eight semesters of 15 weeks each, or four academic years. See the sample course sequence for more information.
Students must receive a grade of “C-” (or 1.7 quality points) or higher in all courses for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation degree program.
|Subject Area||Required Courses|
|Animation||ANI 1000 and ANI 2000.|
|Art||ART 1000, ART 1100, ART 1120, ART 1200, ART 1220, ART 2050, ART 2110, and ART 3050.|
|Computer Graphics||CG 2000 and CG 2001.|
|Digital Art and Animation Specialization|
Nine credits from the following: ANI 2002, ANI 3301, ANI 3501, CG 2002, CG 3101, and CG 3201
Six credits from the following: ANI-3302, ANI-3502, CG-3102, and CG-3202.
Three credits from the following: ANI 3303, ANI 3503, CG 3103, and CG 3203.
|Digital Art and Animation Electives|
Nine credits from ART, ANI, FLM, or CG courses at the 2000 level or above.
Nine credits from ART, ANI, FLM, or CG courses at the 3000 level or above.
|Film and Game History||FLM 115 or DES 205.|
|General Education||Three credits of General Education courses, including Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Music, and Natural Sciences.|
|General Studies||COL 101.|
|Humanities and Social Sciences|
ENG 116 and COM 250.
Three credits of ENG courses at the 150 course-level or higher.
Six credits of Humanities and Social Science courses.
|Open Electives||Sufficient additional credits to meet the required 126 semester credits for the program.|
Twelve additional credits of Project courses.
Eight additional credits of Project or Internship courses.
Three credits of Computer Science courses.
Three credits of Natural Science courses.
Note on General Education Courses
The following courses satisfy the general education requirement for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art and Animation: ART 1000 (3), ENG 116 (3), three credits of English courses (3), FLM 115 or DES 205 (3), three credits of Computer Science (3), COM 250 (3), three credits of Natural Science courses (3), six credits of Humanities and Social Science courses, and three credits of General Education courses (3).