The Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Digital Animation is a professional degree program. The BFA prepares students for a variety of animation and animation-related careers or graduate school by providing a thorough grounding in fundamental principles and techniques. This degree focuses on intensive work in digital animation supported by a program of general studies.
The School of Art & Design admits students in the Fall (August) and Spring (January) semester each year. You must submit a portfolio of work for entrance.
NOTE: Only five studio art classes can be taken prior to admission as a major:
ART 1100 - Two-Dimensional Design and Color Theory
ART 1150 - Drawing I
ART 1200 - Three-Dimensional Design
ART 2550 - Computer Applications in Art
ART 2990 - Concept, Creativity, and Studio Practice
Entrance Portfolio Submission Deadlines
(For transfer students, current students or new, incoming first-year students)
Completed applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. on the following dates each year:
October 1 (For Spring Term acceptance)
February 1 (For Fall Term acceptance)
INCOMING TRANSFER STUDENTS:
August 1 (for Fall Term acceptance)
November 15 (for Spring Term acceptance)
April 15 (For Fall Term acceptance)
Portfolios submitted after 5 p.m. on these dates will not be reviewed until the next possible submission date. Approximately 3 weeks are required from the time we receive your portfolio to complete the review. For specific portfolio guidelines, please see: http://arts.kennesaw.edu/visual-arts/become_an_art_major.php.
Once a student has completed the Lower-Division Major Requirements and while enrolled in the second course of their intended concentration area, they will submit a portfolio of work in Digital Animation for review by the supervising faculty.