Profiles of Schools/Colleges in Tennessee (TN) Offering Animation, Design, Gaming, and Media Related Programs

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For the record, we define the South as Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas.

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We started publishing regional and national lists in 2012 in response to myriad emails from aspiring animators and game designers asking us what the best schools were in the US, a given State, or in a particular area of the country.

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Tennessee is home to some of the nation’s top schools. Vanderbilt University, Rhodes College, Sewanee-The University of the South, Union University, The University of Tennessee, and Belmont University are just a few. These colleges make the cut each year based on job placement services, facilities, types of organizations and clubs, convenience, affordability, and more. Tennessee’s top schools are also listed as the “best” schools, but for different reasons. A “best” school has a wide variety of program offerings, superior graduation and retention rates, excellent faculty resources (student-teacher ratio), and ample financial resources. Student selectivity and peer assessment are also considered.

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What sets the best animation schools apart from the rest? Is it popularity? Excellent job placement services? Superior production facilities? Cost? Well, it depends. College ranking organizations such as Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report may place several factors high on the list from faculty resources to program offerings. On the other side, students, alums, and others may consider cost and convenience first.

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The state of Tennessee is home to 109 Title IV degree-granting institutions. Title IV schools are eligible for federal financial aid programs, which means that are more accessible to students with financial need. To become a Title IV school, the institution must meet five requirements. They must (1) have accreditation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, (2) offer a program of at least 300 clock hours in length, (3) sign a participation agreement with the Department, (4) grant an associate's degree or higher, and (5) be in business for at least 2 years.

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With a population of more than 6.4 million, Tennessee is the nation’s seventeenth largest state. This vast state is known for country music, down home cooking, eye-catching attractions, and an art and culture scene that offers many surprises. Stop in Memphis where you’ll find popular art museums such as Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Head to Knoxville to visit the Knoxville Museum of Art, the energetic Jubilee Community Arts Cultural Center or The Bijou Theater Center. Drive down to Nashville to explore Vanderbilt University’s Fine Arts Gallery, Cheekwood Art & Gardens or the magnetic Parthenon.

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One of the most important marketing tools an organization can invest in is a good website. A website can reach millions of people around the world with just one click. This means, a website can help an organization grow faster than ever before. Websites are also an important marketing tool for individuals, no matter what they wish to promote. Because websites are a necessity in today’s tech-savvy world, the demand for talented web designers/developers is at its highest level since the early days of the Internet.

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Tennessee is famous for everything from cotton production to country music. In fact, according to Marchex, Inc. (the publishers of 50States.com), Bristol, TN is known as the Birthplace of Country Music and The Memphis Cotton Exchange handles approximately one-third of the entire American cotton crop each year. In the world of music, the state has produced icons such as Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, Bessie Smith, and Dolly Parton and it boasts some of the biggest (and most unusual) attractions in the U.S.

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Visual communications artists use everything from drawing to graphic design to convey defined ideas and messages. They may also use illustration, photography, multimedia, painting, and other art forms to create materials for a variety of industries to deliver specific messages to the public on behalf of clients. Just a few include common clients include advertising agencies, industrial design firms, interior designers, book and magazine publishers, museums, art galleries, graphic design companies, and film studios.

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Studio Art Schools in Tennessee

September 26, 2012
Tennessee

What can I you do with a studio art degree? Plenty—especially if you live in the state of Tennessee! Studio art students spend most of their time working in their respective concentration areas, so when any given program is complete, new graduates are prepared to dive right in, whether its at a renowned studio or if they decide to start their own.

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