IADT’s Animation Technology degree program offers you an opportunity to collaborate on projects where you can learn to synthesize the tools and technology of the animation industry and be a contributing member of a production team. Along the way you can develop not only technical and conceptual skills but, also, essential communication skills.

Below is a sampling of course topics included in IADT’s Bachelor of Science in Animation Technology degree program. Classes are taught by instructors who specialize in this field – many who are practicing professionals.

  • Animation Fundamentals

  • Design Principles

  • Drawing

  • Motion Graphics

  • 3D Character Animation

  • Dynamics

  • Concept Design

  • Visual Storytelling

  • Production Management

  • Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production

  • Rigging Techniques

  • Advanced Compositing

  • Advanced Modeling

  • 3D Modeling

  • 3D Lighting Composition

  • 3D Texturing

  • 2D Animation

  • 3D Animation

  • Scripting Techniques

  • Cinematography

  • Business of Animation

  • Professional Portfolio

  • Animation Capstone

Course curriculum is subject to change.


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