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hi pple, im an international student. intend to study transportation design n entertainment design(concept art/design).
these r my choice of schools so far.
1. ACCD. program of choice - degree in TD with minor in entertainment deign
2. CA's very own school
3. Cogswell Polytechnical College. program of choice - degree in digital arts and animation but concentration in entertainment design.
i believe cogswell is the least well-known among the 3 so here's some info from the site. http://www.cogswell.edu/entertainment.html
Bachelor of Art Degree in Digital Art and Animation
The Digital Art and Animation (DAA) program offers areas of concentration in Animation, Game Design and Interactivity, Modeling, and Entertainment Design.
Entertainment Design Concentration
The Entertainment Design concentration integrates a strong traditional art background with skills in digital imagery. The course of study includes drawing, painting, illustration, character design, and concept art. It is designed for students interested in digital matte and texture painting as well as concept design. Issues of presentation and delivery are addressed. The ability to transform verbal and written directions into visual representations of characters and scenes is emphasized.
By completing the requirements for the Digital Art and Animation degree students will:
- Apply the principles of the arts to convey a message or tell a story,
- Create artwork using the tools of modern technology,
- Demonstrate understanding of the social and physical world in their artistic expression.
Core courses (50)
General Education courses (48)
Concentration courses (30)
TOTAL credits for Bachelor of Arts Degree (128)
Program of Study
CORE COURSES (50 credits)
CV 101 2D Design and Color I (3)
CV 105 Intro to Comp Graphics (3)
CV 125 Intro to Drawing (3)
CV 131 Figure Drawing I (3)
CV 142 Interactivity Fundamentals (3)
CV 201 2D Design and Color II (3)
CV 205 Intro to Sculpture (3)
CV 215 Portfolio Preparation (2)
CV 220 Storyboarding (3)
CV 242 Interactivity and Sync (3)
CV 260 Intro to Photography (3)
CV 285 Traditional Animation (3)
CV 320 Intro to Modeling (3)
CV 370 Intro to Animation (3)
DA 100 Desktop Audio Prod. (3)
MP 230 Video Editing I (3)
Lower Division Elective (3)
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (48 credits)
EN 100 English Composition (3)
EN 210 Cultural Div in Lit (3)
EN 227 Scriptwriting (3)
EN 265 Storytelling (3)
HU 120 History of Western Art (3)
HU 227 Film History -Or- HU 230 History of Animation (3)
HU 170 US History -Or- SS 100 US Government (3)
HU 300 General Studies Project (3)
SS 123 World Cultures (3)
HU/SS Electives (6)
EN/HU/SS Electives (3)
MA 115 Basic Topics in Math (3)
MA 118 Geometry for Computer Graphics (3)
SC 100 Basic Concepts of Physics (3)
SC 300 Kinematics -Or- SC Elective (3)
CONCENTRATION COURSES (30 credits)
3 CV Specialization Courses (9)
(CV350, CV415, CV425)
2 CV Portfolio Courses (6)
3 Upper Division Electives (9)
IM 401 Innovation Management I (3)
IM 402 Innovation Management II (3)
lastly, am i right to say choose ACCD if i want to lean towards design n CA' school towards the fine art aspect?
anyone with knowledge/opinions about cogswell?
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For me it is either SCAD, or Ringling
If you're hell bent on studying transportation design (along with an entertainment bent), why not at least go to the schools that funnel you INTO the business easier such as Art Center and the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. Look at the majority of prominent cad designers out there that are from these two major programs.
well, ACCD is the ultimate choice.. the holy grail~ but so is the COST!!!
i don't think i will ever be able to afford it... so im thinking of CA's atelier n cogswell. btw, both are much less costly. MUCH.
Last edited by runaway; November 24th, 2006 at 08:36 PM.
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well cogswell pricing is based on 2 semesters, how long is the program at their school? im looking into schools right now, art institute is trying to suck me in, especially since my best friend is getting ready to go there, but im not ready to jump in yet...
Don't even think about going there because your friend is going there. Don't even make that mistake! If you want to go there for yourself, it's a different matter but absolutely do NOT go to a school because of a friend. The amount of growth you'll go through (and your friend as well) will be drastic in the years to come. You might not be as close of friends if you go there together. People change.Originally Posted by xxEnderwell cogswell pricing is based on 2 semesters, how long is the program at their school? im looking into schools right now, art institute is trying to suck me in, especially since my best friend is getting ready to go there, but im not ready to jump in yet...
Go to a school for YOUR education, not for his companionship.