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Animation and Visual Effects Major
The Bachelor of Arts in Animation and Visual Effects will prepare you to make a difference as a skilled animator and storyteller in an influential industry. Hone your artistic ability with courses covering animation’s many facets while making use of a state of the art animation lab, and cultivate your narrative techniques with a comprehensive cinematic arts curriculum.
This program offers the following areas of study: Animation and Visual Effects.
Cinematic Arts Major
This comprehensive program helps students develop a spiritually aware, critical, and creative outlook as they are immersed in hands-on filmmaking with state-of-the-art equipment and expert instruction by faculty-mentors with professional experience.
This program offers the following areas of study: Entertainment Executive, Production and Post, and Screen Studies.
Cinematic Arts Production Major (BFA)
The Cinematic Arts Production major is a robust BFA degree program that equips students with a range of production skills spanning producing, directing, cinematography, and editing.
Games and Interactive Media Major
Games and Interactive Media students benefit from a well-rounded curriculum integrating storytelling, game mechanics, and technical art, preparing them for careers in the video game and interactive media industry.
Games and Interactive Media Minor
Equip yourself with the tools of the trade, a broad understanding of the basics of story, character, and production, and a solid critical understanding of the industry from historical and business perspectives. You will also be challenged to thoughtfully consider how art and culture impact one another and what role the Christian artist plays in the process.
Screen Studies Minor
Explore the history and works of television, film, and digital media, learn how these media have intersected with and influenced culture, and study the Christian perspective on these influential forms of communication.
This program equips students for professional writing careers in the entertainment industry.
Learn the integral structures of cinematic storytelling and implement them in criticism, scripts, and productions, and become proficient in the aesthetic, practical, and technical aspects of production, writing, criticism, animation, or entertainment management.
The master’s in screenwriting program prepares writers with literary talent and strong motivation to tell substantive stories that point audiences toward truth and beauty, while exploring the dialogue between faith and cinematic arts.
Online: Low Residency at Azusa (main campus)
Note: This information is current for the 2019-20 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.