Overview

In this programme learners will explore the traditional and digital techniques used in 2D and 3D animation. Learners will enter a world of the theory and mechanics behind animation development from storyboarding to post-production. Through hands-on training, they will learn and apply the twelve principles of animation which is implemented in both 2D and 3D animation. A knowledge of design and film is essential to make a well-rounded animation student. Therefore learners will be introduced to basic design principles and skills, and topics for broader understanding of subject and context of design. Learners will be required to apply those principles to the development of new media, audio-visual products, graphics and animation.

Requirements

Course Schedule

Total Credits: 70
Critical Reading and Writing
Credits: 4
Modern Language
Credits: 3
You and the Digital World
Credits: 3
Introduction to Digital Media
Credits: 3
Fundamentals of Graphic Design
Credits: 3
Speech Self and Society
Credits: 3
A Survey of Saint Lucian History and Heritage
Credits: 3
Mathematical Reasoning and Logic
Credits: 3
Writing for Popular Culture
Credits: 3
Introduction to Marketing
Credits: 3
2D Animation I - Key Concepts, Layouts and Design
Credits: 3
Ethics and Professional Development
Credits: 3
2D Animation II - Graphics and Advertising
Credits: 4
Audiovisual Production Techniques and Strategies
Credits: 4
Practicum I - Animation
Credits: 1
Elective
Credits: 3
Science Design Thinking
Credits: 3
3D Animation
Credits: 4
Digital Marketing
Credits: 3
Social Media and Web Applications
Credits: 3
Practicum II - Animation
Credits: 3
Elective
Credits: 3

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