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Students who complete the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Animation and Visual Effects will be well prepared for entry level jobs in mid to large sized animation studios, and they will also possess the skills and attributes to collaborate with others in the creative arts to develop independent projects that serve the animation and visual effects needs of local industry.
The program is built on a foundation of communication, storytelling, and traditional art skills, such as sculpting in clay and life drawing. Students are introduced early in the program to concepts of storyboarding, layout, color and light that will be applied to character animation in 3D software, digital sculpting, digital texture painting, compositing, and visual effects. In the 4th year of the program, students will be guided and supported in the creation of their own demo reels. Business and entrepreneurial skills will also be taught in the program.
The unique nature of this program ensures that Animation and Visual Effects students will be well grounded in studio animation processes, and they will also have scheduled opportunities to work collaboratively on projects with other students in the School of Creative Arts.
Minimum 60% in ELA 30-1 and a minimum 50% in a Group A, B, or C course or a 5-credit Advanced CTS course. Additional Requirements: In addition to the general academic requirements for admission, students will be required to submit a Career Investigation Report to be used as a readiness assessment tool. Specific guidelines, parameters, and requirements for the letter will be provided to applicants. As well, an assessment matrix for evaluating these letters has been developed.
English Language Proficiency
Duolingo English Test: 115
Method 2: Completion of English Language Arts 30-1 or equivalent with a minimum of 60%.(Official transcripts or WAEC or NECO results)
Method 3: SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THREE YEARS FULL-TIME EDUCATION IN ENGLISH, AT THE SECONDARY OR POST-SECONDARY LEVEL:
completed within Canada including the grade 12 year
completed in another country (see chart) where English is recognized as an official language of instruction and it is noted on the official transcript
completed at a recognized school or institution which uses English as the primary language of instruction
Method 4 | Successful Completion of the ILAC University Pathway Program with a minimum grade of 70%(Certificate of completion from ILAC)
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