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January 1995, Week 2


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Thu, 12 Jan 1995 14:53:30 CST
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To one and all,
A few days ago, someone submitted a request for information about which film
schools this person should apply to and how this person should go about doing
it.  Well, I have a similar request.
I already have a BA in History and I really don t want to pursue another
Bachelor s degree if I can help it.  If additional classes beyond my BA are
needed to qualify for a Masters, I will take them.  I DO NOT WANT TO GET
ANOTHER Bachelor s (please).
My interests are in Film and Computer Animation.  My experiences are Video
production, some film animation, and photography.  My present job position is
as a computer support analyst.  Are there any schools that offer a Masters
degree in film with a concentration in Computer Animation or schools that
offer a Masters in only Computer Animation.  And if so, do I have to go and
get an Undergraduate Degree in that concentration first before applying for a
Masters or is it enough to have my undergraduate degree as it stands.
signed the future Tim Burton.