|Color and Light||1.1||Do Assignment|
|Color and Light||1.2||Do Assignment||1.3 | 1.4|
|Illusion of Space and Atmosphere||1||Do Assignment|
|Personal Art||1.1||Do Assignment|
the dilemma for me is whether to choose between cooper union or any other good schools and a school with a degree in animation.
Because cooper doesn't have animation classes i cannot major in it but it does offer art classes as well as science class (which i want to learn as well).
While animations schools might not have good science classes...
which would be a good choice if a good school and an animation school were to accept me?
Can i still do concept art and storyboarding if i don't have an animations degree, but instead have a degree in fine art or studio art ..etc.?
Animation is no easier (nor harder) to learn via books or online resources as any other art form. And, unless you're talking very technical effects animation (the kind done by people whose backgrounds are more rooted in computer science than art), knowledge of math isn't incredibly useful.
There is no absolute definition of "good" or "bad" schools. There are only schools that help you get to where you want to go, and those that don't. Cooper Union may have a high quality fine arts program, but it isn't going to do much to help you achieve your goal of being an animator. As such, for you, it's a shitty school.
fine art can help you draw better i think
i say go to a cheaper school, get the credits there, and then move to another school if you want
what grade are you
First, stop expecting people to help you make a decision. We can't do that for you. All we can provide is information.
In fact, there is plenty of information already on the forum if you'd take the time to look.
That being said, a degree is not required to work in animation. It's all about the portfolio. (which has been stated in many, many, many threads.)