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I have a BS in Computer Science from Purdue University but unfortunetly my passion is in graphics. What are some good schools to go to for graphics used in computer games which teach Maya, etc. Thanks [edited by - schappsj on May 8, 2003 3:13:58 PM]

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if you're still here, it's close.
there is an independent study/custom graphics art program that you can get into.
i haven't checked into it too much, but it's something i've been thinking about ever since my wife told me about her boss's son.
he went there, got an internship at skywalker ranch or whatever it's called, and then got a full-time job at industrial light & magic.
her boss said he was working on the effects for the matrix sequel.

[edited by - wolfmanyoda on May 8, 2003 2:59:13 PM]

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