Everything in the Recording Arts Program is included in and required for the Recording Arts Associate's Degree. You'll also have five additional general education classes, listed below.
We listen to your goals and strive to help you reach them with the following educational objectives:
Graduates of our RA Associates degree program will be more employable with better reading, writing, communication and analytical skills.
The Recording Arts Associate's Degree program combines the music production courses that will train you to be an audio engineering entrepreneur, plus the general education classes to give you additional reach and impact in the workforce.
Because of our mentorship approach, The Recording Conservatory is where truly passionate students are coming to jump start a vibrant career in the music industry. We take special care to create close relationships with each student.
Recording Arts Associate's Degree - Additional required courses.
General education courses are required for accredited associate's degrees. We offer convenient online courses, small class sizes, and world-class instruction. Come see the difference at TRCOA!
Contemporary Mathematics is designed to familiarize learners with fundamental mathematical concepts such as inequalities, polynomials, linear and quadratic equations, and logarithmic and exponential functions.
Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and behavior. Psychology is a multifaceted discipline and includes many sub-fields of study such areas as human development, sports, health, clinical, social behavior and cognitive processes.
United States History provides a comprehensive overview of the history of the United States, surveying the major events and turning points of American history as it moves from the America's cultural roots through modern times.
English Composition is the study of fundamental reading and writing concepts and skills. Reading comprehension, grammar, the writing process, citing sources, and writing effectively to communicate ideas in a professional environment are among the topics covered.
Interpersonal Communication focuses on the theories and practices of one-on-one human communication with an emphasis on diversity of relationships and varying environments.