The Bachelor of Science degree in Audio Production equips students with a broad-based foundation in recording, editing, mixing, and producing audio. The goal of the program is to help students develop the creative and technical skills essential to pursuing a successful career in audio production industries.  Students will be given the opportunity to acquire fundamental and advanced techniques used in audio production through the mastery of practical applications and self-development.  Students will use industry standard software to explore different techniques used to conceptualize, develop and produce audio in commercial settings.

This course focuses on audio recording techniques, including microphone placement, proper gain stages, proper equalization and frequency balancing.  The class will explore the field of audio engineering and production, including the fundamentals of compression, effects, and digital audio processing. 

This course is designed to develop student understanding and skills in live sound concepts, basic design, and mixing for front of house and monitors. Students will create workflow processes for mixing various size live audio scenarios, and demonstrate problem solving skills for live sound applications.

This course focuses on entertainment business, including music publishing, record labels, music copyright, marketing, public relations, live performance promotion, contracts, cash flows, industry campaigns, and trends in the industry, as well as other components of the music business.

This course introduces students to the world of video production and demonstrates how professional video incorporates lighting principles, acting concepts, audio and video capture, composition, sequencing, and various video formats. Students will learn video terminology, and explore and understand modern video techniques.

This course introduces students to modern techniques in video and non-linear video editing using industry standard software. Students will learn methods in capturing video and visual storytelling through the use of editing. Students will also script, act, capture, and create content.

This course introduces the foundational skills needed to function within a digital audio workstation environment at a basic level for music production.

This course builds upon the skills acquired in earlier courses and explores mixing in audio projects.  Emphasis is placed on professional techniques to enhance quality delivery of audio material.

This course builds upon the skills acquired in earlier courses and explores mixing in audio projects.  Emphasis is placed on professional techniques to enhance quality delivery of audio material.

This course introduces the skills needed to function within a digital audio workstation software environment at an advanced level. Students will develop software proficiency in specific digital audio workstation software.

This course introduces students to the world of video production and demonstrates how professional video incorporates lighting principles, acting concepts, audio and video capture, composition, sequencing, and various video formats. Students will learn video terminology, and explore and understand modern video techniques.

This course introduces students to modern techniques in video and non-linear video editing using industry standard software. Students will learn methods in capturing video and visual storytelling through the use of editing. Students will also script, act, capture, and create content.