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3D Animation Production

Edmonton Digital Arts College

Edmonton Digital Arts College

www.myedac.ca
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401, 10526 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1Z7, Canada

  • Program Type Occupational
  • Credential Type Diploma
  • Length 1 Year or Less 1400 Hours (40 Weeks)
  • Part Time Only
  • Cooperative Education
  • Continuing Education
  • Distance Learning
Admission Requirements
General: An Alberta or non-Alberta Grade 12 diploma (or the equivalent) with a passing mark in a Grade 12 level English course, passing mark in Math 30 or equivalent. Proper support documents and transcripts must accompany each application. AND Diploma or work experience/experience in a related discipline. Mature: Mature students may be accepted if they have at least two years of documented industry experience in a related discipline (programming, web development, game design) and at least 50 credits toward an Alberta High School Diploma. A grade of 50% or better in English 10 or any Grade 11 English course, or non-Alberta equivalent, is also required. Proper support documents and transcripts must accompany each application. Skill Prerequisites: This program prepares students to work with computers at a highly technical level. Therefore, students must be fully comfortable and competent with computers prior to beginning this training. This program occurs in a very fast-paced learning environment and requires significant after-class study and preparation. Specifically, students must be able to: 1. Perform file management tasks (copying, deleting, and moving files) in either a Windows or a Macintosh environment. 2. Demonstrate a basic ability to draw using pencil and paper. 3. Modify the system environment in either a Windows or Macintosh OS (backgrounds, display settings, etc.) 4. Understand and perform software installation and setup. 5. Demonstrate a basic understanding of storytelling. 6. Demonstrate a basic understanding of PC or Macintosh hardware. 7. Demonstrate problem-solving and creativity skills. - Students must submit a portfolio (flexible in content and formalities) to demonstrate creativity. Portfolio can be comprised of artwork, illustrations, photography, video/audio production, or digital content. - Successfully complete the GDAC-DISA test module.

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Updated August 23, 2016. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.

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