Digital Animation

Explore strange new worlds.

Whether you want to learn rendering, modeling, storyboarding, editing, or electronic game design, our degree programs will provide you with first-class training and skills, and valuable experience in the world of digital animation.

Our talented faculty and professional-grade facilities – including a comprehensive creative studio and industry-standard software – will prepare you for a job you love as a digital animation professional or electronic game designer.

Brookdale Digital Animation students also receive free online and in-person tutoring, may apply for dedicated grants and scholarships, join exclusive campus clubs, and much more.


What’s the employment outlook?

Most multimedia artists and animators need a bachelor’s degree in computer graphics, art, or a related field to develop both an impressive portfolio of work and the strong technical skills that many employers prefer and Brookdale’s program is designed to transfer to the 4-year college or university of your choice.

The employment of multimedia artists and animators is projected to grow 8 percent from 2016 to 2026. Projected growth will be due to increased demand for animation and visual effects in video games, movies, and television. (Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook)

In May 2016, the median annual wages for multimedia artists and animators in the top industries in which they worked were as follows:

  • Computer systems design and related services:  $68,230
  • Advertising, public relations, and related services:  $63,920
  • Motion picture and video industries:  $65,690
  • Software publishers:  $73,890

Most multimedia artists and animators work a regular full-time work schedule; however, when deadlines are approaching, they may need to work nights and weekends.

Interested in learning more? Just fill out the form on the right. To ask specific questions or arrange a visit, contact Claire Smuga, Assistant Professor, at 732-224-1932 or

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