This is a program certificate that serves as a continuation for Animation Level I. Upon completion of both Animation Level I and Character Animation, students will be awarded an Associate Degree in Animation (AA) with emphasis in Character Animation. This program is recommended for students with a desire for bringing characters to life by creating the illusion of thought, personality, performance and emotions. Students will learn skills needed in fields such as 3D Animation, 3D games, Previz, 3D Motion Graphics and Visual Effects.
Student learning outcomes:
The 2019-2020 annual and three-year average number of awards conferred for all Animation Certificates and Animation AA degree is 12 and 11 respectively.
We anticipate this certificate will be one of the most popular ones, and we project a solid increase of completion of this certificate to about 18-20 students/year, for an increase of 50% to 70%.
(Remember our discipline has smaller caps than most due to the fact that the labs that we use only have an average of 25 seats, and we have a total of 3 labs for all courses)
The objectives of this Certificate are:
This is an intermediate/advanced Certificate of Animation discipline. There are four prereqs in this program.
(Y1 or S1)
|Animxxx||Figure drawing for animation||3||S1|
|Animxxx||Advanced 2D animation||3||S1|
|Anim216||Layout and Background art||3||S1|
|Anim226||Previz and camera techniques||3||S2|
|Anim225||3D character animation||3||S2|
|3D project -or -Animation process and production||3||S3|
Rosa Farre · 03/10/23
AFter submitting the program, I realized I made a mistake on Annual Enrollment Projects entry. The correct answer is here: - Our enrollment is capped based ob the anount of seats in our computer labs. Based on current enrollment trends we project an annual ennrollment of 50 to 65 students.
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