Truth be told, while I do have a lot of animation-related courses, I'm actually much more specialized in game art (3D modeling, texturing, engine shaders, etc).
But if you really want to succeed at animation (from your profile, I see that you want to work at Disney someday, which is relatively close from here), there is no other shortcut nor solution than to keep practicing and animating as much and hard as you can. Keep drawing over and over, understand anatomy and how limbs move, understand the physical reflexes people have through acting, master perspective drawing and most importantly learn to be patient and to see things around you. Animation is a LOT of work considering how much time it takes to polish just a few seconds of playback, it usually takes both a perfectionist and an obsessive compulsive person to become a great animator. They are pretty much like introverted actors.
@01:11Haha that's cool X3 Your course sounds..and well looks harder then mine I'm at the College of the North Atlantic X3 it be in Newfoundland Canada X3 How long is your course?..I'm just curious about other colleges XD
@01:11It's a Bachelor's degree, so normally it would take 4 years total for a regular full-time college schedule. However they highly encourage students to accelerate their studies so that they can graduate in only 3 years.