Analog Audio Electronics (Undergraduate Certificate)
As the demand for a technologically-trained labor force continues to increase, there is a need to provide training in audio electronics to students studying video, film, or media production as well as those in fields such as physics, chemistry, biology, informatics, and computer science.
The undergraduate Certificate in Analog Audio Electronics gives non-recording arts major students the opportunity to enhance their skills. The certificate also serves audio recording students from other universities that do not have the resources to teach electronics, as well as professionals working in media production who seek additional training.
As a student in the program, you complete 12 semester hours of undergraduate credit. You take a sequence of four electronics courses: electronics I, II, III, and IV. This unique curriculum is not available at most other universities.
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