Student Learning Outcomes
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1. Communication: Graduates are skilled visual communicators, tell a story visually, and possess written and oral skills that enable them to communicate effectively with prospective employers, colleagues, and clients.
2. Collaboration: Graduates demonstrate the ability to work on team-based projects
3. Design: Graduates demonstrate application of learned concepts from foundation level art courses. These include: drawing, color, form, design, composition and foundation level digital art skills.
4. Animation: Graduates demonstrate a practical understanding and application in the principles of animation, acting and movement, and cinematic storytelling as it relates to 2D and 3D animation.
5. Problem Solving: Graduates possess the creative design skills to conceptualize, and develop an animation; critiquing skills that lead to evaluation and editing; problem-solving skills to resolve unsatisfactory elements of an animation; graduates understand the process of project management.
6. Conceptual: Graduates demonstrate the ability to conceptualize, plan, execute, and deliver quality animation projects.
7. Technical: Graduates demonstrate an applied technical knowledge of animation tools and software according to current industry standards.
8. Context: Graduates possess an ability to apply real world observations to animation, an understanding of the human figure; understand the principles of acting and staging; understand animation in social, cultural, and historical contexts; and have the research skills needed to develop animation elements.
9. Professionalism: Graduates demonstrate professionalism, through the creation and presentation of a demo-reel and self-promotion package, according to current industry standards.