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Motion graphics are a powerful vehicle for communicating ideas that move people. In today's digital landscape, they're just about everywhere—in commercials, films, on the internet and social media. As a visual form of storytelling, motion graphics bring still images to life using 2-D and 3-D animation, audio, video, photography, typography, illustration, and cinematic techniques in innovative ways.
Motion graphics is also one of the fastest growing areas within the graphic design field. There are always new media and technology to learn, making motion graphics an exciting and valuable skill set to add to your repertoire, and one that is highly desired by employers.
The 15-credit Motion Graphics specialization allows you to:
The program name change from Graphic Design & Digital Media to Visual Communication Design will be effective as of Fall 2020.