Recording Arts

Description

124 Credit Hours
School of Worship Arts
David Collins, Director

It is the intent of the Fine Arts Department that, upon completion of the Recording Arts program, the student will exemplify a complete understanding of acoustics and audio signal flow. Students shall gain the practical applications of audio mixing and mastering techniques through the use of digital and analog technologies. Students must have a complete understanding of the recording studio business. Students will have participated in real world live audio and recording sessions of all styles and genres resulting in a well-rounded audio resume reflecting the student’s sonic integrity and recording and live engineering skills.    All students must complete the General Education Core and the Biblical Studies Core. In addition, all Recording Arts majors will complete the Recording Arts Core as well as 27 elective credits, preferably concentrated in the areas of the student’s career goals.

Courses

Part 1. General Education Core
Part 2. Biblical Studies Core
Part 3. Recording Arts Core
38 Credits
MUSL Applied Music Lesson (4)
*Students must enroll in MUS 146 Worship Arts Practicum: Recording Arts each semester beginning with the second semester of their first year.
Part 4. General Electives - Including Bachelor of Arts Degree/Supporting Program/Minor Options
27 Credits