To enroll in this bachelor's completion program, students will need to first complete Full Sail's Audio Production Associate of Applied Science degree program. Associate degrees from other institutions may also be considered.
The Audio Arts Bachelor of Science program is designed to develop the knowledge and skills of audio professionals in the entertainment and media industries. The program focuses on recording, music, and event production and provides students with a strong foundation of academic and hands-on coursework. After you complete the core Audio Arts curriculum, you will have the opportunity to choose a concentration in Show Production, Music Production, Audio Production, or Recording Arts. The Audio Arts curriculum offers threaded project and portfolio courses that provide you with a relevant and comprehensive project-based learning experience throughout your academic journey. Additionally, career readiness education provided in the program guides students through professional development, career planning, and entrepreneurship objectives applicable to the audio industry.
Bachelor's Objective Our goal is to provide you with a focused knowledge and understanding of essential skills to enhance your ability to qualify for entry-level industry positions in recording, songwriting, sound reinforcement, audio postproduction, lighting, music supervision, live video and multimedia, music composition, game audio, media scoring, and more, depending on your chosen concentration. In addition to academic mastery, technical proficiency, and creative development, it is our goal to help you develop critical-thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills that contribute to lifelong learning, providing you with tools to help sustain a long and productive professional career in the entertainment and media industries.
- Some specific courses may be offered online. Please see course descriptions for details.
- The approved program is a degree completion program. Entering students must have a related associate degree or higher level degree and must complete at least 60 semester hours for a total of 120 credit hours.