UCSD offers digital media training

The Digital Arts Center ( DAC ) is a branch of the University of California, San Diego, Extension. DAC offers professional training in various digital media art fields such as game design, graphic design, mobile apps development, video production and web design.

The program combines applied arts technology and techniques, related business practices and portfolio creation, in order to prepare students for entry-level employment and for professional advancement within their chosen fields. A certificate can be earned in a 12-month program. Applications are being accepted for fall at http://dac.ucsd.edu

A number of classes are being offered this summer, including Animation I: Introduction to Disney’s 12 Principles of Animation. As an introduction to the principles, students will create several short animation projects.

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