The Audio Engineering and Music Production certificate is a 730-hour program that trains individuals to work in various technical positions such as recording arts, music, theatre, concerts, broadcasting, video and film. The program develops skills required to operate digital and analog audio recording, programming and processing equipment. The course content provides a foundation in the principles of hearing, sound, music, basic electronics, processing, signal flow, microphone techniques, mixing and mastering, live sound engineering, and reviews current industry standards. Students will gain hands-on experience with industry-standard recording and studio systems, and music and audio experience.
Grade 12 or Advanced Level certificate or GED, or 19 years of age and out of secondary school for at least one year as of the first day of classes.
English 12 with minimum 60% or alternatives.
A minimum of 60% in any of:
Or a minimum of 65% on the ABLE Mathematics test. Test scores are only good for two (2) years.
Computer Fundamentals or equivalent (challenge Computer Fundamentals test or computer courses completed in school)
Students must pass each course with a minimum grade of 70% to receive the certificate.
Okanagan College Calendar: Printed 10/18/2017