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Bachelor of Creative Industries

Major In Animation

Allows students to combine theory and practice in studying animation across a diverse range of applications.

Units are offered in drawing, design, 2D and 3D animation, scriptwriting, visual effects and advanced animation techniques. Students have the opportunity to specialise within these areas.

The major provides opportunities for developing creative expression, vocational skills within the animation and related industries, and critical understanding and appreciation of the media. It trains students to think critically, to work collaboratively, to use new technologies and to develop a portfolio of their own work.

Related careers

2D and 3D Animator, Visual Effects Artist, Visual Effects Supervisor, Motion Graphics Artist, 3D Model Builder, Director, Writer, Film Critic

Major structure

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An Animation major allows students to combine theory and practice in studying animation across a diverse range of applications. Courses are offered in drawing, design, 2D and 3D animation, scriptwriting, visual effects and advanced animation techniques. Students have the opportunity to specialise within these areas. The course provides opportunities for developing creative expression, vocational skills within the animation and related industries, and critical understanding and appreciation of the media. It trains students to think critically, to work collaboratively, to use new technologies and to develop a portfolio of their own work.



Students may select Level Two units in the second semester of enrolment.

UnitDescription Points
Select six units (90 credit points) from the following list:
DES2206Design Practices: Animation 15
FAV1101Introduction to Digital Video 15
FAV3116Animation and Filmosophy 15
FAV3231Digital Video 2 15
FAV3240Advanced Digital Video 15
GDT21023D Visualisation 15
IMM32053D Animation 15
VIS1303Introduction to Drawing 15
Plus, select two units (30 credit points) from the following list:
DES2104Vector Illustration 15
FAV1111Film and Cinema Studies 15
FAV2102Scriptwriting: Short Films 15
IMM1121Digital Photomedia 15
IMM2123Interactive Multimedia Authoring 1 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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