Audio Production

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Audio Production
Bachelor of Science
Published June 1, 2016

Student Learning Outcomes

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Program Courses

AP101 Survey of the Music Industry
AP102 Fundamentals of Audio
AP110 Audio Technology I
AP111 Digital Audio I
AP112 Music Theory I
AP113 Audio Technology II
AP114 Audio Recording I
AP115 Music Theory II
AP210 Acoustics
AP211 Digital Audio II
AP212 Listening and Analysis
AP213 Audio Recording II
AP214 Electronics I
AP215 MIDI System I
AP216 Digital Audio III
AP217 Electronics II
AP218 Live Sound Reinforcement I
AP299 Internship I
AP310 MIDI System II
AP311 Electronics III
AP312 Live Sound Reinforcement II
AP314 Digital Audio IV
AP315 Synthesis & Sound Design I
AP316 Advanced Recording Techniques I
AP317 Advanced Recording Techniques II
AP318 Synthesis & Sound Design II
AP320 Senior Project I
AP399 Internship II
AP420 Senior Project II
AP430 Portfolio
DFVP111 Fundamentals of Video Production
DFVP113 Fundamentals of Editing
DFVP212 DVD Authoring
DFVP411 Media Delivery Systems and Distribution
IMD131 Introduction to Scripting Languages
IMD273 Media Business Practices

Foundational Courses

ART109 Image Manipulation
CD400 Career Development
RS100 Fundamentals of Business
RS318 Copyright and Intellectual Property
RS350 Digital Marketing Strategies

General Education Courses

ENGL1301 English Composition
MATH1310 College Mathematics
PHYS1301 Physics
PSYC2301 General Psychology
SOCI1306 Social Problems
SPCH1315 Public Speaking

Program Electives

English Humanities Elective (choose one, 4.0):

ENGL1302 Introduction to Literature
ENGL2307 Creative Writing
ENGL2311 Business Writing for Professionals
ENGL3511 Literature and Film Analysis

History Humanities Elective (choose two, 4.0):

ARTS1303 Art History I
ARTS1304 Art History II
HIST1301 U.S. History I
HIST1302 U.S. History II
HIST2321 World Civilizations I
HIST2322 World Civilizations II

Math and Science Elective (choose two, 4.0):

BIOL1308 Biology
ENVR1401 Environmental Science
MATH4332 Mathematics for Decision Making

Social Science Elective (choose one, 4.0):

PSYC2319 Social Psychology
PSYC3019 Human Sexuality


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Note: The Art Institute of Houston reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.