Computer Animation

Bachelor of Fine Arts

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Master communication through movement and bring your ideas to life.

The Computer Animation program at Ringling College of Art and Design is ranked #1 in North America by 3D World magazine for the second year in a row! 3D World is an international magazine for 3D artists.

In Ringling College of Art and Design's deep and specialized four-year Computer Animation degree program, you will develop skills in modeling, lighting, motion and sound - while learning how to tell a story. At the same time, you will gain command of the technical skills required in today's highly competitive animation industry.

Firms from all over the world look to Ringling College for the best and brightest computer animation artists because our students possess the proper balance of technical skills and aesthetic development.They have the ability to create as well as produce.

The application deadline for admission to the Computer Animation major is January 15 for the following fall semester. All other majors have rolling admissions.

Computer Animation


What it means to be a student in Computer Animation

Artist, animator, actor, storyteller, modeler, lighting director, set designer, costumer, sound designer and film director - you will use all of these skills and more. Play the video above to see what inspires our animators.

Ringling College Student Animations Win 10th & 11th Student Academy Awards®

Ringling College animators make history, capturing two of three Student Academy Awards worldwide in the 2013 Student Academy Awards®.  This marks the 10th and 11th Student Academy Awards for Ringling College students!

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"Brain Divided" Wins Grand Prize in Cartoon Brew Student Contest

A group of three Ringling College Computer Animation students recently won the grand prize for their senior thesis animation "Brain Divided" in the Cartoon Brew student contest.   

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