Student Learning Outcomes
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1. Communication: Graduates have written, oral, and visual communication skills needed to communicate ideas to employers, colleagues, and clients. They effectively use technical language appropriate to audio production and also are able to communicate complex concepts to non-professionals.
2. Production: Graduates conceptualize, plan, execute, and deliver quality multi-track recordings and voice-overs, and post-production projects, integrating knowledge and application of audio theory, critical listening skills, and industry standards, using industry-related tools.
3. Problem Solving: Graduates can efficiently troubleshoot and solve problems typically encountered by audio professionals.
4. Editing and Critical Thinking: Graduates will demonstrate how editing styles, techniques, and approaches affect audience reaction; they can apply peer and professional critique as well as self-evaluation to continuously improve the quality of their work.
5. Business: Graduates evaluate and integrate the business and economic principles and practices of the audio industry in production and project management.
6. Context: Graduates can explain the scientific and mathematical foundations of acoustics and electronics, the applicability of audio production in a wide range of media, the basic principles of music theory, and the social context in which sound is produced and interpreted.
7. Professionalism: Graduates demonstrate an understanding of job responsibilities and industry standards.