Sound Production/Recording is the art and science of capturing and editing music, sound, and dialog. The Associate of Science in Sound Production/Recording is a specialized two-year degree which offers students practical knowledge, training, and experience in a variety of production, recording, and performance applications.
In classes emphasizing hands-on learning with state-of-the-art equipment, students learn the skills needed to succeed as a music producer, recording technician, post-production designer, or other similar fields. Thus, students completing the degree will be well positioned to pursue a rewarding career in the vibrant and growing fields of recording, live sound, and music/post production.
Additionally, this Associate degree pairs well with a variety of majors, such as Music, Theatre, Film Studies, Communication, Creative Writing, Computer Science, and others, and serves as a valuable first degree for students continuing on to complete a Bachelor degree, as well as supporting students’ own personal performance and production interests
- Credit Hour Requirements: The degree consists of a minimum of 37 credits of General Education classes and 23 hours of required sound technology courses.
- Grade Requirements: A grade of C or better (grades of C- are not acceptable) is required in all courses in the Sound Production/Recording program.
- Program Code: 3092AS
- CIPC: 150307
Students are encouraged to meet with the academic advisor for the College of Arts & Humanities at least annually for course and program advisement. Email email@example.com for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Students should also meet regularly with advisors in the Sound Production/Recording program as they progress through the requirements for their Associate of Science degree.
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Declare your program of study. (See Enrollment Services and Information). A brief informal interview is required for acceptance into the program.
Refer to Degree Requirements for Associate of Science requirements.