University of Southern California
The University of Southern California (USC) is one of the oldest and largest universities you can go to as an animation school. The school is about 140 years old, it is established in 1880. Today, it offers more than 450 programs. In total, more than 45,500 students registered at The University of Southern California. It is really impressive. Here are the facts of USC:
The University of Southern California, or USC as in its initials, offers multiple animation-related programs through USC Cinematic Arts, for animation enthusiasts.
For Undergraduates, USC offers a Bachelor of Arts program and a Bachelor of Fine Arts program;
– Bachelor of Arts in “Animation and Digital Arts” –
The John C. Hench Division of Animation and Digital Arts of the School of Cinematic Arts, USC Cinematic Arts.
— Bachelor of Fine Arts in Cinematic Arts, Film & Television Production with Animation and Interactive Media electives –
The Division of Film and Television Production, USC Cinematic Arts.
For graduates, The University of Southern California (USC) offers a Master of Fine Arts program as well;
— Master of Fine Arts in Animation and Digital Arts and Interactive Media with heavy Animation electives –
Also, you can get
—- Minors in Animation & Digital Arts and Game Animation – from USC.
In The University of Southern California
The University of Southern California (USC) is quite rich as the facilities it has. Facilities of just USC School of Cinematic Arts includes;
- 20th Century Fox soundstage
- George Lucas and Steven Spielberg Buildings
- Marcia Lucas Post-Production Center
- Marilyn & Jeffrey Katzenberg Center for Animation
- Sumner Redstone Production Building
- Interactive building (SCI)
- USC Interactive Media & Games Division
- the USC Division of Media Arts and Practice
- Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts, home of Trojan Vision, USC’s student television station
- Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre Complex
- The Frank Sinatra Hall
- Doheny Memorial Library
- David L. Wolper Center
- Louis B. Mayer Film and Television Study Center
- Hugh M. Hefner Moving Image Archive
There have been many The University of Southern California (USC) graduates who worked at professional companies in the animation business. Large companies such as Pixar, Nickelodeon, Illumination Entertainment, Rhythm and Hues, Industrial Light & Magic, Digital Idea, Sony Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, and Digital Domain have USC graduates working with them.
For More Information
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