The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation (BFA) Degree Program at IADT

These days, animation is ubiquitous across a variety of digital outlets, from television and feature films to video games. If you have an interest in this exciting field, the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation degree program at International Academy of Design and Technology might be for you.

In our bachelor-level program, you can gain practical experience using industry-current equipment and software. Our comprehensive curriculum encourages students to grow as artists and professionals, offering training in animation, digital video, and professional post-production training techniques.

What Can You Learn at IADT?

Our Animation program can help students like you learn the advanced conceptual and technical skills involved in the computer animation field. Classes explore the processes of 2D animation, 3D animation, character development and creating game art. Our training program also is designed to help you build a solid foundation in the fundamental principles of storyboarding, drawing, modeling and animation.

Some of the courses in our BFA Animation degree program include:

  • 2D Animation I, II and III
  • 3D Animation I, II and II
  • History and Business of Animation
  • Digital Imaging
  • Production Studio I and II

Upon completion of our animation training, students can possess diverse industry skills. Consider enrolling in IADT's BFA Animation degree program today!

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