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Bachelor of Arts

Digital Media – Audio Production

On Campus
Academics / School of Creative and Media Arts / Digital Media – Audio Production

Amplify your career opportunities.

Tiffin University’s digital media program with a professional track in audio production gives students the technical skills and experience necessary to support careers in electronic media, entertainment and across many communication and adjacent fields. Working with industry standard equipment and software, students learn to record, edit, mix and master projects, troubleshoot equipment problems, as well as provide audio support for concerts and other events. 

Students develop a broad understanding of communication fields and careers and how the professional communicator serves as an integral part of success in all types of businesses and organizations. Students develop practical and broadly-applicable skills that will help them succeed in any career they pursue.

Working both independently and with creators around the world, audio recordists, engineers and post-production professionals are in demand across dozens of industries and in countless businesses and organizations large and small. Tiffin University’s track in audio production gives students the foundation for serving in diverse roles from live event production to unique content creation.

Courses include hands-on experience making real-world audio content using professional equipment. Outside the classroom students have the opportunity to work in TU’s professional recording studio, podcast studio or as an audio recordist or editor producing videos and other multimedia content.


MUS130 – Intro to Music Technology: Working in TU’s production lab, students develop basic skills in audio recording, editing and mixing, and other technologies used across the music industry. 

MUS230 – Live Sound Engineering: Learn to effectively use and troubleshoot sound systems for concerts and other live events, and explore principles of sound reinforcement and recording equipment and processes. 

MUS330 – Recording Engineering: Develop a functional understanding of recording equipment and software, including tracking, mixing and mastering processes in the recording studio.

MUS430 – Advanced Studio Production I: This project-based course gives students hands-on experience in the recording studio throughout the process of organizing, implementing and executing large, multitrack sessions. 


On Campus – Offered in a 15-week semester format with start dates of January and August

  • Sound Engineer
  • Studio Technician
  • Foley Artist
  • Audio Editor
  • Broadcast Engineer
  • Live Sound Engineer
  • Audio Post-Production Specialist
  • Podcast Producer
  • Audio Educator
  • Dialogue Editor
  • Sound Designer
  • ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) Mixer
  • Audio Restoration Specialist
  • Mastering Engineer
  • Forensic Audio Specialist
  • Location Sound Recordist
  • Acoustic Consultant
  • Audio Equipment Sales Representative
  • Music Producer
  • Music Supervisor

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