The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts has earned the reputation as a leader in education, described by the Hollywood Reporter as “one of the world’s best,” listed in the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2012 as “one of the top motion picture schools in the nation,” and recognized by the Directors Guild of America for our “distinguished contribution to American culture through the world of film and television.”
FSU has developed an innovative curriculum for your Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Animation and Digital Arts that will prove to be unparalleled. You will be learning from a faculty body composed of award – winning industry experts who share a gift for teaching the art of storytelling in digital filmmaking. Your story begins with a BFA in Animation and Digital Arts from the renowned Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts.
The Animation and Digital Arts program is built upon a hands-on, project-based approach to learning. Spend your first year fulfilling a minimum of 30 credit hours of the FSU liberal studies requirements, then immerse yourself in the major for three years (sophomore, junior and senior years). Transfer students are welcomed to the program. You will be producing a series of festival ready, short films, with industry-level equipment and facilities, culminating in your senior thesis film. Focused on digital motion picture production, the emphasis of the curriculum is on such areas as: computer animation, visual effects, green screen, and motion capture technologies.
Develop the foundation to become a future creative leader in the digital media industry, and graduate with the technical-artistic skills to be immediately marketable for your first job out of college.The core curriculum teaches a diverse range of skills that enable you to graduate with a holistic education in the art, craft, and business of professional filmmaking. Upon graduation you become part of a network of College of Motion Picture Arts alumni who have earned a 97% industry placement rate within one year of graduation.