The CUrricUlUm QUandary

Lingle, Breean
May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p54
The article discusses that if there is one thing that most members of the recording industry will agree upon, it is that when it comes to getting an education, there is no fail-safe plan or path to take. With as many factors that can contribute to a person's success post-graduation, becoming well-educated, employable and eventually well-established is something only the student can control. There are now nearly 200 programs available in the U.S. and Canada of varying lengths and emphasis; audio students have few excuses not to find the location, coursework or level of education that fits. INSET: Graduates Sound Off.


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