Game Art & Animation
Game artists build the environments, create the characters and craft the vehicles for the games that you love to play. They can specialise in modelling, texturing, animation and level design. Game art development is a dynamic medium to showcase your creative ability.
You'll work with other artists, designers and programmers to design and create your own unique entertainment experience using cutting-edge game technology. This program has been developed in response to industry needs and runs for two years, full time.
STUDY MODE OPTIONS: CAMPUS | ONLINE | EVENINGS
Students can study this program in the following modes:
|Study Mode||Campus||Day and times||Hours per week|
|Face to Face||AIE Campus in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra or Adelaide||Week days, 9am to 5pm||20 hours (full-time)|
|Online Day-time||AIE Online Campus||Week days, 9am to 5pm AEST||20 hours (full-time)|
|Online Evenings||AIE Online Campus||Week nights, 5pm to 9pm AEST||20 hours (full-time)|
|Online Part-time||AIE Online Campus||Week nights, 5pm to 9pm AEST||Flexible, between 4 - 20 hours|
NATIONALLY-ACCREDITED QUALIFICATIONSThis two-year, full-time program has been developed with industry and is delivered through the following qualifications:
|Game Art and Animation||Cricos|
|Year 1||CUA51020 Diploma of Screen and Media||096612M|
|delivered in conjunction with|
|CUA51120 Diploma of Visual Arts||102767D|
|Year 2||10702NAT Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development||098405B|