What skills do students learn in this program?
The Recording Arts Technology associate degree program prepares students for a career in the audio engineering field, including working with live sound, sound recording, studio engineering, field recording, creating production of beats, audio for gaming, sound for film and television and sound for interactive applications such as animation, multimedia and web audio.
What types of students thrive in the program and in this career field? Those who:
- like to work with and have a passion for understanding how technology works
- are interested in understanding how sound works and how to train their ears for sound
- work well meeting deadlines
- have a passion for creating and thinking outside of the box
- have a willingness to work in a collaborative group setting
What types of jobs are available to graduates of this program? Where can they work?
- Live Church Events (Churches)
- Live Concerts (Concert Venues)
- Recording Studio Management (Recording Studios)
- Radio Station Producers (Radio Stations)
- Film Score Composer (Film Production Studios)
- Podcast Producers (Podcast recording studios)
- Location Sound Engineer (Television Production sets)