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   Corsi, Sandro
   Dimitriadis, Philip
   Jenerson-Madden, Dolores
   Mahmood, Hassaan
   McMillan, Richard
   Nauer, Kathy

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3D Animation Certificate — Level II

3D Animation Certificate — Level II is a continuation of the level I Basic Computer Graphics certificate with emphasis in 3D animation software. This certificate provides the skill set required for entry-level employment in the 3D animation and modeling industry. The Program requires a total of 15 units of which 9 units are in required courses. An additional 6 units must be chosen from the restricted units listed below. Units earned from level I certificate may not be used for level II certificate. Any advanced ACG course may replace required introduction to class of Level II if introduction was completed as part of the Level I certificate.

Required Courses (9)
ACG 104 F Intro: 3D Graphics/MAC (3)
ACG 120 F 3D Modeling (3)
ACG 150 F 3D Computer Animation for Macintosh (3)

Restricted Electives (6) Select two courses from below
ART 120 F Basic Design (3) or
ART 182 F Basic Drawing (3)
ART 121 F Three-Dimensional Design (3)

Work produced in art classes for credit may be retained by the Art Department for up to one year for exhibition and display purposes. Art majors are encouraged to enroll in ART 182 F and ART 120 F during their first semester to acquire skills used in all other studio classes. Cost of Classes: Most studio art classes require that equipment and supplies be purchased by students. A textbook is not usually required. The cost of basic materials necessary to begin a class, if the student had none to begin with, is between $25 and $75 unless otherwise specified in the course description. Equipment can usually be used in several related classes and need not be duplicated for each class. Additional materials may be required from time to time during the semester.


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