Liz Van Verth
The Associate in Science in Animation is designed as a transfer program in the rapidly growing field of animation, including the areas of feature film production, television production, independent short-film production, video game design, advertising, and more. Emphasis is placed on creative avenues for problem solving-skills, leadership, personal expression, and solid foundational animation and art skills. Industry-standard and innovative traditional and digital techniques are introduced, all within the historical framework of accepted principles of animation and cinematography.
Program Goals and Objectives
- To prepare graduates for transfer into baccalaureate programs in Animation
- To assure that graduates meet seven of the ten SUNY General Education Goals with 30 credits
- To cultivate graduates with high-quality and competitive skills for their future career path
How did YOU get interested in animation? Learn from Animation students to see their journey through the program.
NCCC’s Animation Program Coordinator Liz Van Verth explains what you can learn in the animation program and how she enjoys seeing student's work come to life.
2014-15 is the inaugural year of the Animation Program at NCCC. Stay tuned for updates and exciting new work from our future animation leaders!