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  11 November 2012
Originally Posted by leigh: Why would a TD need an engineering degree? Leaving aside the fact that TD is a broad term with different interpretations at different studios, it also covers a wide range of disciplines, like lighting, rigging, etc. I fail to see how a degree in engineering has any relevance.

Because it's more relevant than an art degree for a TD. Isn't the word Technical Director a big enough hint?

Most successful TD's I know have started out with an engineering background. Yes, I know others with art or completely unrelated degrees, but it's the minority.

To say that you can be a TD with any background is true, but to say that an engineering degree has no relevance is downright wrong.
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