Revised Program | Fall 2017
Would you like to learn to exhibit extraordinary technical knowledge and skills related to Simulation, Animation and Gaming (SAG)? If so, then a Bachelor of Science in Simulation, Animation and Gaming can help you get started in these professional careers.
The Simulation, Animation and Gaming degree is a multidisciplinary area of study, combining traditional art mediums, programming, creative writing and story development with coursework focusing on modeling, rigging, animation, lighting, and camera work in 3D.
As a student, there are a variety of professional organizations you can join that are focused on the specifics of this degree. Upon successful completion of the program, there are numerous career opportunities. Careers such as Graphic Designer, Computer Animator, Concept Artist, Character Designer, Effects Artists, Modeler and Storyboard Assistant are just a few of the professional paths available to graduates.
Articulation Agreement | An articulation agreement exists between this program and at least one community college. To see a current list of program articulation agreements, please click here.