Oct 23, 2020
About the Program
No movie today is completed without the use of digital enhancements. A compositor is responsible for layering all digital effects in the final movie, including color correction, integration of rendered 3-D models, object removal, and set extensions. The visual effects compositing major gives you experience creating effects for video in both live action and computer-generated integration.
Visual Effects Compositing Website
Degree Requirements and Supplemental Information
The full Program Requirements for 2016-17 Visual Effects Composting include all Supplemental Information and selective lists of those categories which a student must fulfill in order to earn their degree. These are intended to be printer-friendly, but include less descriptive course detail.
Please see below for program requirements and the necessary degree fulfillments.
Catalog Term: 201710
120 Credit Hours to Graduate
“C-” or better required in all major courses
Departmental/Program Major Courses (35 credits)
Required Major Courses (29 credits)
Other Departmental /Program Course Requirements (67 credits)
Electives (18 credits)
- Free Elective - Credit Hours: 18.00
University Core Requirements
*Satisfies a University Core Requirement
Students must earn a “C-” or better in all CGT courses.
120 semester credits required for Bachelor of Science degree.
2.0 Graduation GPA required for Bachelor of Science degree.
Purdue policy states that a student may attempt a course no more than three (3) times. An attempt is defined as all courses displayed on a student’s transcript including, but not limited to A,B,C,D,E,F,W,WF,I and IF
The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements.
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Foreign Language Courses
Foreign Language proficiency requirements vary by program. For acceptable languages and proficiency levels, see your advisor:
American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, (ancient) Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
The ♦ course is considered critical. A Critical Course is one that a student must be able to pass to persist and succeed in a particular major.