Simply listening to music isn’t enough for you. You want to mix it, tweak it and make it your own. When people say that you march to your own beat, you agree and you’re proud of the soundtrack! Does this sound like you? If so, we’ve found an area of study that you just might love.
Beginning with audio technology and general studies courses, students learn the fundamentals of sound recording and digital media. From there, it all comes together with courses covering electronics, digital mastering, music publishing, business fundamentals and venue management. Preparing for an audio and media technology career requires an ear for music, but it also requires the right kind of training.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the courses included in an audio & media technology degree program:
Earning a degree in audio and media technology prepares you for entry-level work in music recording, studio management, corporate A/V departments, television, radio, video production and more. It can also take your current position to the next level with an advanced knowledge of audio and media technology. Sharpen your skills, produce music recordings for your portfolio, and follow your passion all while adding a strong dose of credibility to your professional resume.
Can you hear the music? It’s time to learn how to mix it and take the steps toward an exciting music career.