- GAME PRODUCTION
- COMPUTER ANIMATION
- RECORDING ARTS
- ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS
Recording Arts Courses 2
CAREER DEVELOPMENTThe Career Development Course is designed to give our students a head start towards getting a 'foot-in-the-door' of the industry. The course introduces professional practices for finding and maintaining employment in the entertainment industry. Topics include resumes, cover letters, interviewing skills, networking, industry events, time management, and other aspects of a professional approach to career management.
COLLEGE MATHEMATICSThe College Mathematics Course is designed to enable students to build skills and confidence in algebra that are required to succeed in math and core courses. First-time algebra students or those needing a review will begin with basic concepts and build upon these ideas by completing work that uses algebra in practical situations.
DIGITAL AUDIO ESSENTIALSThe Digital Audio Essentials Course explores the digital audio workstation environment through extensive study of digital audio concepts and practices. Students receive detailed instruction and hands-on practical experience with cutting-edge, computer-based recording systems typically found in the modern recording industry.
ENGLISH COMPOSITIONThe English Composition Course is designed to help students refine their own writing processes while developing an in-depth personal and intellectual inquiry into a subject of their choosing. The course connects personal reflection with critical analysis, providing varied opportunities for wiring and for strengthening language skills. As the course unfolds, a series of assignment lead students through a continually deepening creative research process, which then develops into a complex and detailed written project.
ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESSIn the Entertainment Business Course students learn the foundations of copyright law, contracts, client relations, artistic collaboration, record label operation and structure and music production among others. Students will learn music project pitching, project budgeting, session management and other skills that a music producer will require to start and complete a recording project.
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