Career and Academic Opportunities

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Animation students pursuing a Double Owl with the Master of Art in Art & Design, Digital Animation Concentration, will be equipped with a deeper level of expertise and experience to pursue more advanced career opportunities than those afforded with a solitary BFA in Digital Animation. In addition to generating more advanced assets for a demo reel, the graduate credential supports career opportunities outside of industry. This streamlined pathway would enable BFA Digital Animation student the opportunity to pursue more advanced coursework at an earlier stage in their growth, while steadily preparing a more competitive demo reel and exploring higher positions of specialization into the Animation pipeline industry.

Graduate Program Information

Salary and Career Information

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Double Owl Admission Requirements

  • Completion of 60 credit hours of BFA Digital Animation degree requirements
  • Completion of 12 credit hours at KSU
  • KSU GPA of 3.00
  • Demo Reel of 30-60 seconds of animation or related work (illustration, sequential art, etc)

Double Counted Courses

Take any 3 courses

  • ANIM 6100
  • ANIM 6105
  • ANIM 6110
  • ANIM 6115
  • ANIM 6120

To replace any of these 3 courses

  • ANIM 4631
  • ANIM 4632
  • ANIM 4633
  • ANIM 4651
  • ANIM 4652
  • ANIM 4653
  • ART 4036
  • ART 4037
  • ART 4256
  • ART 4257
  • ART 4258
  • ART 3398

Pathway of Study

Pathway of Study

Suggested Timeline

Apply to Double Owl early in Junior year. Apply to Graduate Program in Senior Year by posted graduate program deadline.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Animation

Department / College
School of Art and Design / College of the Arts
Chastain Point Building, Room 302B

Advising Contact
Kate Golder, Advisor

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Arts in Art and Design

Department / College
School of Art and Design / College of the Arts
Visual Arts Building, Room 239

Advising Contact
Peter Hriso, Program Coordinator