An art form that’s been around for over a century, animation is fuelled by creativity and constant innovation. And you can make the most of this powerful combination with the unique Bachelor of Animation/Bachelor of Applied Innovation double degree.
Our animation course provides a solid understanding of the practice of animation techniques, film, television and animation history and theory, and the development of narrative structures. Taught in purpose-built studios and workstations, it emphasises creative, analytical and research skills, with hands-on experience in 2D, 3D and stop-motion animation for film, television, games and interactive entertainment, media and design industries, and health, science and engineering visualisation.
Alongside your animation degree, your Bachelor of Applied Innovation develops your collaboration, creativity and complex problem-solving skills in real-world contexts. You’ll apply innovation toolkits, prototype solutions and participate in challenges such as innovation sprints inspired by your passions and interests. You’ll gain the practical and technical skills to think strategically about how to employ innovative ideas in your animation studies and broader society.
Both qualifications promise experiential learning through real-world placements, internships or industry-related project work.
Emerge as a top employment choice with a unique combination of animation industry and professional innovation skills and knowledge. Pursue a career in the film, television and animation industries, or allied creative industries such as games, web broadcasting, education and digital media. Or take an innovation-based path with job options such as innovation consultant, strategic designer, human-centred researcher, transformation lead, or innovation strategist.
- Semester 1 - 28 February 2022
- Semester 2 - 1 August 2022
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