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Junior Animator Certificates


Explore Mt. San Antonio College's Junior Animator Certificates!

    • Certificates Overview
      Junior Animator - Level I Certificate 

      Junior Animator Level I of a multi-level certificate program provides skills based on the principles of storytelling and animation using both traditional and 3D media.  Students prepare for a junior level creative career in the animation industry by mastering the core skills of drawing, storyboarding, digital art, 2D and 3D animation, 3D modeling, and motion graphics. 

      Junior Animator - Level II Certificate

      Junior Animator Level II of a multi-certificate program that provides skills based on the principles of storytelling and animation using both traditional and 3D media.  Students prepare for a junior level creative career in the animation industry by mastering the core skills of drawing, storyboarding, digital art, 2D and 3D animation, 3D modeling, and motion graphics. 

    • Required Courses
      Certificate Level I - Students must complete the following coursework:
      Certificate Level II - Students must complete Junior Animator Level I PLUS the following coursework:
      Required Electives
      Choose two courses from the following:
    • Sample Job Titles
      Titles based on SOC Code: 27-1014
      • 3D Animator (Three-Dimensional Animator)
      • 3D Artist (Three-Dimensional Artist)
      • Animator
      • Artist
      • Designer
      • Digital Artist
      • Graphic Artist
      • Illustrator
      • Motion Graphics Artist
      • Multimedia Producer
    • Salaries
      Wages & Employment Trends based on SOC Code: 27-1014
      Median wages (2018) $34.87 hourly, $72,520 annual
      State wages Local Salary Info
         
      Employment (2016) 74,000 employees
      Projected growth (2016-2026) Average (5% to 9%) Average (5% to 9%)
      Projected job openings (2016-2026) 6,600
      State trends Employment Trends
         
      Top industries (2016)
    • Learn More
      For more information, please contact:

      Hector Rivas, Department Chair | hrivas@mtsac.edu

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