Audio ProductionDegree Programs
Listen up—your future in Audio Production starts here.
Audio Production is my passion.
Working in Audio Production is not a typical 9 to 5 job. It takes a consuming passion, a drive and dedication to creating and refining the audio that educates, entertains, and moves our society, reaching us through the radio, television, films, video games, concerts, audio books, and so much more.
In our Audio Production programs, you can learn the creative and technical skills to record, edit, mix, and master digital audio using industry-standard equipment and technology. Earning your degree will require hard work and your full commitment, but in the end, you’ll be prepared to pursue a career working in a field you love.
I want to learn Audio Production insights from the experts.
In our Audio Production schools, you’ll receive a practical, hands-on education using professional-grade audio technology. Coming from a wealth of industry roles and backgrounds, our faculty will have high expectations for everything you do. You’ll be challenged, undergo tough critiques, and be pushed to achieve your full potential. At the same time, you’ll also have the personalized support, mentorship, and guidance of your instructors every step of the way.
You’ll start your Audio Production degree program by exploring foundational audio technology, theories, and industry practices, before moving on to such disciplines as audio recording, live sound reinforcement, post-production sound, and more. Outside the classroom, you can join student organizations, participate in industry events, and draw inspiration from the many other talented, creative thinkers throughout your school.
I’m tuned in to my career goals.
From opportunities for a supervised internship in the Audio Production field to courses on creating a portfolio that showcases your strengths to potential employers, our degree programs are designed to prepare you for the professional world of Audio and Sound Engineering, Music Production, and more.
As a graduate, you’ll be ready for entry-level roles working in audio and sound design or production within diverse areas like radio, television, film, music, gaming, and live performances. With so many different Audio Production career options available, our Career Services advisors will be here to help you find opportunities that best fit your talent and ambition and even connect you with 125,000-member alumni network. Choose a school below to learn more about our degree programs and our simple processes for applying and enrolling.
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