The Comprehensive Recording Industry Program

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The Comprehensive Recording Engineering Program (12 Courses, 900 Hours)

Each of the programs at the Omega Studios’ School has been carefully crafted to provide a clearly defined vocational objective. However, a highly motivated student desiring the strongest educational foundation for a career—and the greatest possible choice of jobs in audio recording and production—should seriously consider enrolling in all the courses offered by the Omega Studios’ School. We refer to this combination as the Comprehensive Recording Industry Program.

The Comprehensive program combines the curricula of the Audio Engineering for the Music Industry and the Audio Engineering for Film and Television programs. It prepares students for careers as audio engineers in virtually any position in the music, motion picture or television industries. In the same way that elective courses contribute to a student’s major educational focus, the intensive and multi-faceted education resulting from the Comprehensive program will provide the student with a diverse range of skills and an even greater potential for successful employment. Omega’s Comprehensive graduates are the most highly qualified candidates available, with skills and training to handle any audio engineering job or task, anywhere.

Jobs in audio engineering are changing fast, spurred by the rapid development of audio and computer technology. Variety, flexibility and the ability to combine skills is the name of the game in achieving success, as the many different disciplines in audio for the music and motion picture industries increasingly overlap. Omega’s Comprehensive graduates are prepared to handle all of these requirements. They are especially successful in finding employment, thanks to the thoroughness of the training they receive in the Comprehensive Recording Industry Program.

 

 

The following are links to the federal ‘Gainful Employment Disclosure’ templates. These disclosures reflect data for students enrolled 7/1/14 – 6/30/15. The information provided includes items such as program costs, program length, financing options for that program, completion, and placement rates.

Please note, is there were less than 10 graduates from a specific program within the surveyed time period, the school was not required to provide data.

The Comprehensive Recording Industry Program Disclosures (Day)

The Comprehensive Recording Industry Program Disclosures (Evening)

 

The list of books and book costs can be downloaded here:

COMP Books (38 downloads)

 

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