Animation can be a multidisciplinary field that involves art/ graphic design, psychology, mathematics, physics, computers/ technology, criminology and more. If this sounds like a career you might be interested in, this rankings list may help you find a suitable college.
This list focuses on affordable bachelor’s degree programs in animation and closely-related topics. Degree affordability is based on the yearly average net price of each college’s undergrad programs, as recorded in the NCES.ed.gov Web database.
Careers in Animation and Related Fields
A partial list of Animation-related careers are listed below. The list also includes sectors/ industries/ organizations that have shown the need for graduates of a bachelor’s or advanced degree in Animation or closely related topics. This information comes both from the Web sites of the 15 colleges ranked in this article. Some of the occupations below may require studies beyond a bachelor’s degree, including special certificates, professional certification, or in some cases a graduate degree.
- 2-d animation
- 2-d traditional/ digital cell animator
- 2d/ 3d character animator
- 3-d animation
- 3d modeler
- advertising agencies
- after effects artist
- animator, general
- architectural firms
- background painter
- background/ environment artist
- character designer
- character modeler
- character rigger
- concept artist
- creative director
- digital imaging
- educational media
- educational software companies
- engineering firms
- environment artist
- film production companies
- fine art
- flash animator
- game designer
- game production
- graphic designer
- illustrative animator
- interactive media
- law enforcement agencies/ police departments
- level designer
- lighting artist
- digital mapping
- media design
- medical animation
- medical visualization artist
- motion graphics designer
- pre-visualization/ previz specialist
- product designer
- robotics firms
- scientific data visualization
- state and national parks
- stop motion animator
- storyboard artist
- technical director
- texture artist
- training firms
- TV stations
- video game animator
- video game companies
- video production companies
- visual effects artist
- visual/ special effects
- Web site designer
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) has an occupational profile for Multimedia Artists and Animators that shows an expected jobs growth rate of 6% between 2014-2024. While this is roughly average for all types of jobs in the U.S., certain sectors hiring people with animation skills might in fact have higher than average growth. Check the profile for more info.
This college rankings list may be of value to you if you are interested in a career in Animation or a closely-related occupation. You can find a selection, below, of the 15 most affordable bachelor’s degrees in Animation-related programs in the United States. A summary of available data follows the Notes section, preceding the actual list of ranked schools.
Some points to consider while using this college rankings article:
- As accreditation can change or only be valid regionally, please verify accreditation of any college to which you are planning to apply.
- See the “Methodology” section of the ranking list article 15 of the Most Affordable Bachelor’s Degrees in Marketing for an explanation of the process we use to rank colleges in each list.
- NCES data is subject to change and some of these “affordable degrees” guides may use more recent data than described in the Methodology.
- For the full list of programs covered to date, please check our School Rankings page.
Statistics Summary for Animation Bachelor’s Degree Programs
This is a summary of data available for the colleges/ universities mentioned in this college rankings list for bachelor’s of game design or related degree programs.
|Yearly net price range:||$7,679 – $19,027 (avg. for all students per school after discounts/ financial aid).|
|In-state tuition range:||$4,727 – $24,771.|
|Out-of-state tuition range:||$5,000 – $29,412.|
|Lowest in-state:||#1 University of Arkansas-Fort Smith.|
|Lowest out-of-state:||#8 Brigham Young University-Provo.|
|Graduation rate range:||26-79%.|
|Transfer-out rate range:||13-29% (8 schools did not report).|
|Highest graduation rate:||#8 Brigham Young University-Provo.|
|Lowest transfer-out rate:||tie: #1 UAFS, #3 FIT.|
|Student population range:||317 – 30484.|
|Undergrad population range:||293 – 27163.|
|Largest # students:||#8 Brigham Young University-Provo.|
|Largest # undergrad:||#8 Brigham Young University-Provo.|
|Oldest school:||#9 Eastern Michigan University (est. 1849).|
|Youngest school:||#14 Digital Media Arts College (est. 2002).|
|# states covered:||13.|
|States covered:||Arkansas, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, New York (3), Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia.|
Alphabetic list of schools covered in this ranking
The following college names (leftmost column) are based on NCES data.
|NCES Name (abbrev, estdate, rank)||location||$in-state||$out-of-state||$net price|
|Brigham Young University-Provo (BYU, 1875, #8)||Provo, Utah||$5,000||$5,000||$12,335|
|Digital Media Arts College (DMAC, 2002, #14)||Boca Raton, Florida||$13,968||$13,968||$18,385|
|East Tennessee State University (ETSU, 1911, #12)||Johnson City, Tennessee||$7,667||$24,011||$14,708|
|Eastern Michigan University (EMU, 1849, #9)||Ypsilanti, Michigan||$9,663||$25,706||$13,040|
|Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT, 1944, #3)||New York, New York||$5,200||$14,200||$10,216|
|Huntington University (HU, 1897, #15)||Huntington, Indiana||$24,771||$24,771||$19,027|
|Missouri Western State University (MWSU, 1915, #2)||Saint Joseph, Missouri||$6,790||$12,420||$10,021|
|Morgan State University (MSU, 1867, #11)||Baltimore, Maryland||$7,378||$16,862||$14,654|
|New Mexico State University-Main Campus (NMSU, 1888, #4)||Las Cruces, New Mexico||$5,950||$19,112||$10,299|
|Regent University (Regent, 1977, #13)||Virginia Beach, Virginia||$16,478||$16,478||$16,880|
|Sam Houston State University (SHSU, 1879, #5)||Huntsville, Texas||$7,294||$15,982||$11,260|
|SUNY College of Technology at Alfred (Alfred State, 1908, #10)||Alfred, New York||$7,646||$14,256||$14,378|
|University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (UAFS, 1928, #1)||Fort Smith, Arkansas||$4,727||$10,511||$7,679|
|University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH, 1907, #6)||Honolulu, Hawaii||$10,620||$29,412||$12,163|
|Villa Maria College (VMC, 1960, #7)||Buffalo, New York||$19,170||$19,170||$12,234|
Interactive Chart: Tuition vs Net Price
The following chart compares net price against both in-state and out-of-state tuition for each of the 15 ranked colleges in this list. Here is a summary on how to use the chart:
- A modern browser is required for most of the charting features.
- The vertical Y axis represents cost in dollars, for net price and both in-state and out-of-state tuition per college.
- The schools are ordered left-to-right across the horizontal X axis by rank from #1 to #15.
- Blue bars: in-state tuition; orange bars: out-of-state tuition; connected green dots: net price
- When blue and orange bars for one school are the same height, the school is typically private (either nonprofit or for-profit). When they differ in height, the school is usually public.
- Hover your mouse over a tuition bar or net price point, and a tooltip will pop up that shows the institution name and the three cost values – net price and both tuition amounts. Use your mouse’s scroll wheel to zoom in on a section in the main chart. The sub-chart below the main chart will indicate what section you are viewing. Hover your mouse over either of the three labels, “in,” “out” or “net” underneath the sub-chart to visually highlight just the selected chart.
Circular “Circos” Non-Interactive Chart: Multiple Data Points
While initially intimidating, this chart is fairly easy to understand (see the “Tips for Use” box below for details) and allows you to compare all 15 schools on several data points simultaneously.
Per-School Bullet Charts
Each ranked school in this list has a set of “bullet” charts. Each chart shows three gray zones, with the smallest (leftmost) representing overall minimum for a given metric (e.g., in-state tuition for all 15 ranked schools). The middle gray zone represents the average of a given metric, and the full bar gray zone represents the maximum of the same metric. The blue line represents the value of a metric for a single school (e.g., in-state tuition for #15 Huntington). The downwards triangle represents the same value and is added for visual convenience.
Here is a quick overview of three types of bullet charts displayed for each school.
- Bullet chart #1 (top): In-state tuition for the school in question, compared to the cohort range (minimum, average and maximum in-state tuition for all 15 schools).
- Out-of-state tuition for the given school, compared to the cohort range for this metric.
- Net price compared to the cohort range for this metric.
Map for Schools Ranked
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Becker Hall/ Digital Media Arts, Huntington University (source)
Huntington University is a private, not-for-profit, comprehensive Christian college that was established in 1897 as Central College. Huntington is affiliated with the Church of the United Brethren in Christ and its main campus is located in Huntington, Indiana, about 105 miles northeast of Indianapolis, IN, and some 155 miles southeast of Chicago, IL.
Huntington offers one animation-related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Science (BS) in Animation. This BS focuses on helping students “grow as artists, storytellers, and thinkers grounded in their Christian faith.” The program requires a minimum of 128 credit-hours for graduation. The major accounts for the bulk of this, 63 hours in total. This includes courses and options in: 2D Computer Animation; 3D Computer II: 3D Character Design; 3D Computer III: Environments; Advanced Motion Graphics for Animation; an Advanced Production Seminar; Animation II: Drawing for Animation; Animation III: Stop Motion; Junior Animation Studio I and II; Faith, Film and Culture; Animation Portfolio I and II; and the two-course Senior Project: Animation Preproduction.
Digital Media Arts College (source)
Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) is a private, for-profit college that was established in 2002. DMAC is located in Boca Raton, Florida, about 50 miles north and slightly east of Miami, FL.
DMAC offers one Animation related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Computer Animation. This BFA requires 127 credits, with 15 for the fine arts curriculum (incl. courses in Computer Art History; Figure Drawing; and Principles of Design). The core curriculum, meanwhile, accounts for 44 credits (incl. courses in 3D Animation I and II; 3D Modeling I and II; 3D Rigging; Digital Lighting and Texture; Motion Graphics 2D; and the Storyboarding Process). Another 29 credits goes toward the selection of one of two concentrations: Game Art or General. The General Concentration is Animation-focused and includes courses in: Advanced Compositing and Visual Effects; Advanced Motion Graphics; Expressive Drawing; Motion Graphics 3D; Animation Portfolio I-III; and Animation Internship A and B.
Library, Regent University (source)
Regent University is a private, non-profit, Christian research university that was established in 1977 as CBN (Christian Broadcasting Network) University. Regent is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, about 100 miles southeast of Richmond, VA, and around 185 miles northeast of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Regent offers one Animation-related Bachelor’s program and one minor. Its Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Animation provides “an education in art, design and technology” with a Christian foundation. The BA requires 120 credit-hours, with 57 for the animation core (incl. courses in 2-D Design Methods; 3-D Animation; Advanced 3D Animation Techniques; Business of Animation; Character Design, Rigging, and Animation; Compositing and Sound for Animators; Digital Special Effects for Film and Television; Graphics for Television; and a Culminating Project capstone). The BA’s 14 hours of electives, meanwhile, allow students to take various advanced course options (incl. Independent Study; a Production Practicum; a Workshop; and Internship opportunities). Finally, for students in other majors who want to study Animation, Regent has its 15-hour Minor in Animation.
Sherrod Library, East Tennessee State University (source)
East Tennessee State University (ETSU) is a public university established in 1911 as East Tennessee State Normal School. Its main campus is located in Johnson City, Tennessee, about 105 miles northeast of Knoxville, TN, and some 220 miles west and slightly north of Durham, North Carolina.
ETSU offers one Animation related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Science (BS) in Digital Media – Digital Animation Concentration. This BS requires 120 credit-hours, with 35 for the digital media core (incl. courses in Contemporary Art; Principles of Digital Animation; Principles of Digital Game Design; Principles of Visual Effects and Motion Graphics; and the capstone-like Portfolio Development for Digital Media). The Digital Animation Concentration, meanwhile, requires 28 hours (incl. such courses and options as 3-D Animation; Animation Fundamentals; Character Animation; Effects Animation; High-Fidelity Modeling for Entertainment; and Visual Effects Compositing). Finally, 16 hours of electives allow students to enhance their career objectives with courses in one or more of the following areas: acting, digital media, filmmaking, studio art, or web development.
Richardson Library, Morgan State University (source)
Morgan State University (MSU or Morgan State) is a public HBCU (Historically Black College/ University) established in 1867 as the Centenary Biblical Institute. Designated as “Maryland’s Public Urban University,” MSU is located in Baltimore, Maryland, about 45 miles northeast of Washington, DC.
MSU has two Animation-related Bachelor’s programs — the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Screenwriting and Animation (SWAN). The primary difference between the two degrees is that the BA requires 6 credits of courses in one foreign language, while the BFA requires 6 credits of practical studio courses. Overall, both degrees require at least 120 credits, with 61 for the major and supporting courses, including 13 for gateway courses (feat. Introduction to Computer Science I and II, and Intro to Film and Digital Storytelling). Core courses and options account for another 18 credits (incl. an Animation Workshop; Art of Motion/ Film Editing; Filmmaking; History of Animation; and Fundamentals of Film and TV Writing). The remaining 30 credits (24 required, 6 elective) are for the selection of one of three concentrations: Computer Animation; Film and Television Writing (Screenwriting); or Integrated Media Writing (Screenwriting and Animation). Each concentration includes the Film and Digital Storytelling Internship, and two-course, capstone-like Senior Studio Project.
Aerial view of Alfred State campus (source)
SUNY (State University of New York) College of Technology at Alfred, aka Alfred State, is a public college that was established in 1908 and is part of the SUNY system. Its main campus is in Alfred, NY, about 90 miles southeast of Buffalo, NY, and 220 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Alfred State offers one Animation-related Bachelor’s program and two minors. Its Bachelor of Science (BS) in Digital Media and Animation (DGMA) requires about 123 credit-hours, with 12 for fine art foundation courses (incl. 3D Design/ Color; Art History; and Figure and Motion). The core DGMA courses and electives, however, account for the bulk of the curriculum. This core accounts for around 63 hours (incl. courses such as Advanced Animation; Advanced Modeling, Texturing, and Lighting; Intermediate 3D Animation; Interactive Authoring; Interactive Design; Motion Graphics; Production I and II; a DGMA Internship; and the two-course, capstone-like Senior Studio Project). Finally, Alfred State also has two other Animation-related programs. Its 18-hour Minor in 3D Animation is open to students in all majors, while its 20-hour Minor in Digital Media and Animation is specifically for Forensics Science Technology majors.
Halle Library, Eastern Michigan University (source)
Eastern Michigan University (EMU) is a public comprehensive university that was established in 1849 as Michigan State Normal School. Its main campus is located in Ypsilanti, Michigan, about 35 miles west and slightly south of Detroit, MI.
EMU has one Animation-related Bachelor’s program and one minor. Its Bachelor of Science (BS) in Simulation, Animation, and Gaming (SAG) requires a minimum of 124 credit-hours, with 72-77 for the major, including 54 for required courses (feat. Audio and Video Production for Nonmajors; Flash; Foundations Drawing; Graphics for Simulation; Programming Data Structures; Scientific Simulation; Story Development; and Studio I Simulation). The remaining 18-23 hours are for one of two cognates. Cognate A focuses on the graphic and design aspects of SAG and requires 18 hours of courses (incl. Lighting and Camera Techniques; Simulation and Animation Dynamics; Texturing and Mapping; and a Senior Projects in SAG capstone). Cognate B focuses on the programming aspects of SAG and requires 23 hours of courses from the Computer Science department. (A Bachelor of Arts version of SAG may also still be offered, please check with the school for details.) Finally, students in other majors that want to study Animation may have the opportunity to take EMU’s 21-hour Minor in Simulation, Animation and Gaming.
Smoot building, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah (source)
Brigham Young University (BYU) is a private research university that was established in 1875 as the Brigham Young Academy. BYU is located in Provo, Utah, about 45 miles roughly southeast of Salt Lake City, UT. It is run by the LDS Church and is the main BYU campus.
BYU has two Animation-related Bachelor’s programs and one teaching option. Its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Animation is a limited enrollment program that requires students to apply for admission after taking three prerequisite courses during freshman year and submitting a portfolio for review. In total, the BFA requires 120-credit hours for graduation, with 68-71 for the major, broken down into six requirement groupings. The largest grouping, the foundation courses, requires 38.5 hours (incl. Advanced Senior Film Production; Advanced Storyboarding; Character Animation in 3D; Gesture Drawing for Animators; Scripting for Animation; and Shader Programming). Animation students can also become licensed art and design teachers through BYU’s Art Education licensure option (please check with the school for details and review the Art Education program). Finally, BYU also has another Animation-related option, its Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science – Animation Emphasis. This 120-credit-hour BS is also a limited-enrollment program, and requires 78.5-79.5 hours for its major.
Villa Maria College (source)
Villa Maria College is a private, nonprofit, Roman Catholic college that was originally established in 1960 to provide teacher training. Villa Maria, which admits students of all faiths, is located in Buffalo, New York, about 25 miles southeast of Niagara Falls, NY, and some 195 miles northeast of Cleveland, Ohio.
Villa Maria offers one Animation related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Animation. This BFA provides hands-on opportunities to develop all aspects of an animated film (and potentially have this work featured in local and international film festivals). To graduate, the BFA requires about 121 credits, with 12-15 for art courses and electives (incl. Drawing; History of Art; and Two Dimensional Design). Animation courses make up the bulk of the degree, requiring 51-54 credits (incl. such courses as Advanced Two Dimensional Animation; Animation Pre-Production II: Animatics and Audio; Junior Group Film Project Production; Modeling for Three Dimensional Animation; Professional Practices and Advanced Processes; a Sophomore Individual Film Project; an Internship; and the two-course Senior Capstone Thesis). Finally, students also have 9 credits of program electives that are utilized to select of one of five specialized tracks: 2D/ Alternative Techniques, 3D, Character Animation, Gaming, or Lighting and FX.
Student Services building, University of Hawaii at Manoa (source)
University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH) is a public university established in 1907 and located in Honolulu, Hawaii. It is the flagship campus of the University of Hawaii system.
UH offers one Animation-related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Creative Media – Computer Animation Track. Admission requires a portfolio review and completion of at least 12 credit-hours of courses (incl. Cinema and Digital Media), while achieving the required overall GPA. In total, the BA requires a minimum of 120 hours (incl. two introductory courses for the program: 3D Character Animation and 3D Scene Design). The major itself requires 36 hours, with 6 for electives and 18 for core courses (incl. such options as 3D Character Animation; Genre and Narrative Theory; Screenwriting; and a Seminar in Creative Media). The Computer Animation Track makes up the remaining 12 hours of the major but can be higher than this (the final credit-hour total for the track is determined through consultation with each student’s advisor). Course options for the track include: 3D Cinematography and Dynamics; 3D Computer Animation Production I; Computer Animation Production II; Drawing for Animation; an Independent Group Project; Visual Effects; and a Creative Media Internship.
Sam Houston State University (source)
Sam Houston State University (SHSU) is a public research university established in 1879 as Sam Houston Normal Institute. SHSU is part of the Texas State University System and is located in Huntsville, Texas, some 70 miles roughly north of Houston, TX.
SHSU offers one Animation-related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Computer Animation. To gain admission to this program, students must first complete the five-course/ 15-credit-hour BFA foundation (which includes the WASH/Workshop in Art Studio and History three-course series) and pass a portfolio review. Overall, the BFA requires 120 credit-hours, including 21 for the BFA core (feat. courses such as Art History Survey; Ceramics or Sculpture; Life Drawing; and Painting). Finally, the Computer Animation major accounts for 42 hours of courses and electives (incl. such requirements and options as 2D Interactive Animation; Advanced 3D Computer Animation; Character Animation; Experimental Animation; Shading, Lighting, and Rendering; Web Site Development; and the capstone-like Animation Portfolio).
Zuhl Library, New Mexico State University (source)
New Mexico State University (NMSU, NM State) is a public research university established in 1888 as Las Cruces College. Its main campus is located in Las Cruces, New Mexico, about 230 miles south and slightly west of Albuquerque, NM, and some 45 miles northwest of El Paso, Texas.
NMSU has one Animation-related Bachelor’s program and one minor. The main program is its Bachelor of Creative Media (BCM) in Animation and Visual Effects (ANVE). This space-limited program requires an application for entry after freshman year. To graduate, students must complete at least 128 credits, with 66 for the core program, including 45-48 for foundation courses and options (feat. Acting and Directing for Voiceover; Beginning 2-D Animation; Foundations of 3-D Animation; Light, Shade, Render; Principles of Story Across the Media; and a two-course, capstone-like Senior Project: Production and Post Production). The other 18-21 credits of the core program are for the ANVE major (incl. such course options as 3-D Character Animation; Rigging for 3-D Animation; Visual Effects; Writing for Animation; and an Internship opportunity). Finally, NMSU also offers an 18-credit Minor in Animation and Visual Effects that can be taken by students in the Digital Film Making (DFM) major. Conversely, those taking the ANVE major can minor in DFM by using their electives.
Fashion Institution of Technology, 27th Street campus (source)
Third on our list of schools offering the most cost-effective Animation-related degrees is the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), a public college established in 1944. FIT is part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system and is located in Manhattan, New York.
FIT offers one Animation-related Bachelor’s program — its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Computer Animation and Interactive Media (CAIM). To gain admission into the BFA, students must submit a portfolio for consideration and either have earned an appropriate AAS (Associate in Applied Science) or other associate’s degree, ideally from FIT, or have completed 60 credits in a suitable Bachelor’s program. Those 60 transferrable credits must include at least 24 for design courses (incl. 2D Animation/ Photoshop and After Effects; Computer Assisted Design/ Photoshop; Design and Authoring for Interactive Media; and Introduction to 3D Modeling/ 3DS Max; or comparable options for each of these). Overall, the BFA requires about 125.5 credits for graduation, including 65.5 for the two-year CAIM program itself. Of those 65.5 credits, the major accounts for 45.5 (incl. courses in Advanced 3D Animation; Advanced 3D Computer Modeling; Animation Production; Computer-Assisted Post-Production; Music and Sound Design; Storyboarding and Storytelling; and the capstone-like Senior Project).
Campus Clock, Missouri Western State University (source)
The second-most economical Animation-related degree on our list comes from Missouri Western State University (MWSU), a public university established in 1915 as St. Joseph Junior College. MWSU’s main campus is located in Saint Joseph, Missouri, about 50 miles north and slightly west of Kansas City, MO, and around 140 miles southeast of Omaha, Nebraska.
MWSU offers one Animation-related Bachelor’s program and one minor. The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Digital Animation requires at least 124 credit hours, with 78 for the major, including 9 for advanced study in animation, 9 for a guided art elective, and 6 for upper-level art history courses. The major’s remaining 54 hours are for core courses and options (incl. Animation Fundamentals; Character Animation or Digital Animation Production; Design Software Applications; Digital 3D Modeling; Digital Animation; Interactive Design; Motion Graphics; and a Senior Seminar and Exhibit). Finally, students in other majors who want to study animation can take MWSU’s 24-hour Minor in Digital Animation.
Bell tower and greens, University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (source)
The most-affordable Animation-related degree on our list is offered by the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (UAFS), a public university established in 1928 as Fort Smith Junior College. UAFS is part of the University of Arkansas System and is located in Fort Smith, Arkansas, about 150 miles northwest of Little Rock, AR, and some 185 miles east of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
UAFS’s one Animation-related Bachelor’s program is its Bachelor of Science in Animation Technology (BSAT). The BSAT is a completion degree designed for students who have already earned an appropriate AAS (Associate of Applied Science) or AAT (Associate of Applied Technology) degree. Admission to the BSAT is through a formal application. To graduate, students must complete 120 credit-hours in total, with 75 coming from pre-program courses, including 37-44 in computer graphic technology. Once in the BSAT, students must complete 45 hours of upper-level required courses and electives (incl. such options as 3D Advanced Concepts; Digital Production Techniques; Engineering and Architecture Applications; Lighting and Rendering; Manufacturing and Robotics Applications; Motion for Applied Animation; Science and Medical Applications; and a Senior Capstone Project).