The primary goal of this certificate program is to provide students a sequence of study that will offer them aesthetic and technical skills vital to the contemporary audio production workplace. The coursework is intended to provide suitable preparation for entry level employment in digital audio production; it also enables people currently employed in the field of audio recording a means to upgrade and expand their skills.
Minimum program credit hours: 31
|General Requirements||9 credit hours|
|ENG 1530: English Composition II||3|
|Social Science Electives||3|
|PSY 1510: General Psychology or HIS 1540: US History Since 1865||3|
|CSC 1510: Introduction to Computer Science||3|
|Liberal Arts and Science Electives||none|
|Core Requirements||22-23 credit hours|
|CMM 1750: The Rhetoric of Vision and Sound||3|
|MUS 1570: Music Theory I||3|
|MUS 1670: Beginning Piano||3|
|MUS 1710: Audio Recording||3|
|MUS 1730: Music and the Digital Studio||3|
|MUS 2890: Digital/Audio Studio Seminar||3|
Chose one from the following.
|MUS 1510: Introduction to Music||3|
|MUS 1590: American Music: Classical/Popular||3|
|Applied Music Electives||1-2|
MUS 1750-2880. Music Ensemble courses are not required, but are suggested if eventually working toward an associate’s degree.
|Program Student Learning Outcomes|
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
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