Master of Fine Arts in Recording Arts and Technologies
|Program Director:||Dr. Bob Wood
John Bragg Mass Communication Bldg, 208
|Graduate Analyst:||Karissa Garrison
The purpose of the Master of Fine Arts program is to prepare practitioners in the field of audio recording and production for advanced work in an integrated electronic media environment. Preparation for advanced professional practice requires that students achieve a strong grounding in audio production and related technologies and develop a common understanding of the theoretical concepts behind other disciplines such as video production, digital animation, music, and computer science. The program offers a strong technical component utilizing the latest advancements in software and hardware. The degree plan also offers preparation for graduates to teach at the post-secondary level in the field of audio recording and production.
The M.F.A. degree is a 60-hour, six-semester program as outlined below including 30 hours of required courses, 18 hours of guided electives, plus 9 hours of work on a final project. It is expected that students attend full time taking 9 to 12 hours per semester. Guided electives will be selected from Recording Arts and Technologies courses and approved courses from other departments. Up to 6 hours of guided electives may be from other departments upon permission of the student's advisor. A maximum of 12 hours of 5000-level courses may be counted toward the degree.
To be admitted to the Master of Fine Arts in Recording Arts and Technology, a student must submit the following to the College of Graduate Studies:
Submit Application Materials to:
College of Graduate Studies
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