The Bachelor in Multimedia Arts (BMA) program aligns itself to the rapid convergence of media technologies and practices by developing conceptual, technical, aesthetic, and professional competencies for effective, critical and innovative storytelling across a range or combination of media forms for various purposes. It recognizes that digital media collapse different modes of expression and communication networks that allows for an interface of the local and global, the national and transnational.
The BMA program is designed to respond to the requirement in the discipline for graduates to be familiar to a wide range of media forms; and to provide the theoretical foundations and practical experience to develop skills in creative storytelling and expression for various purposes and contexts. The program aims to create competent digital artists and communicators capable of disseminating a national idiom whereby Philippine cultural contexts, identities, and formations are articulated in global discourse.
The goal of the BMA program is to develop within students the knowledge and skills that will enable them to communicate effectively, critically, and creatively across a range of new media technologies and forms, and to develop multimedia projects for various purposes.
The Bachelor of Multimedia Arts with specialization in Animation and Digital Film is a program that teaches students the fundamentals of 2D Design and Animation, Basic and Advanced 3D Animation, Digital Film Production, Design and Production Process, 3D Modeling and Rendering, and Video Production and Visual Effects.
Through this program, a wide scope of career opportunities await students such as becoming a computer graphics designer, print/desktop publisher, multimedia designer/developer, photographer, 2D/3D designer, 2D animator, 2D illustrator, 2D conceptual artist, 2D texture artist, 3D model builder, 3D cut scene artist, 3D character builder, 3D character animator, art Director, and art Technician.
Trunkline: (02) 8288-8338 Local 135
Director of Computer Studies and Multimedia Arts