Depends on the institute. You will really want to do your research, some of them actually have top-notch programs in several media fields, but many are simply certificate mills. Check around, see where students from their various programs have placed.
This will also vary from program to program within the institute, but there are some very good ones out there.
i think theyre fine.
im thinking of going to the Academy Of Art University in San Francisco for film school.
any accredited school would look peachy on any resume. It depends on the school and where you want to be.
Some art institutes don't offer anything but the technical art. Which means you don't get your general education in the program. So if you want to transfer out to somewhere else, you'd have to take what you're missing.
So far I'm in a school that offers a bunch of programs (including general ed). I'm doing two degree programs with fine arts and multimedia. The multimedia program lets me do things from Web design, animation, video and audio editing and other media production stuff. The fine arts program gives me the support of being able to design and be artistic when applying it into the media stuff. They're great programs and are very inexpensive. It's a community college though so I'll have to transfer to continue into a bachelor program.
I was thinking of SCAD (Savannah College of Arts and Design) or I might go somewhere in New York or CA. I've looked into AI (Arts Institute) and it looked too technical for me.. I dunno.
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