The campus roadway between the Sports Center and K-Lot has been temporarily closed to allow for cleanup of a minor fuel spill.
Audio Engineering Technology is a dynamic academic discipline that prepares you for the world of multimedia. Our program in the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture (CETA) spans the disciplines of electronics, acoustics, and music to prepare you for careers in the recording, music, sound, broadcast network, and multimedia industries. Electronics, both analog and digital, are a major component of the curriculum, so that our students and graduates are often knowledgeable enough to build recording and sound equipment.
Familiar positions available to graduates of this program are in the radio, television, recording and live concert industries. Other career options include media system contracting (integrating sound and video systems into as hospitals, hotels, museums, sports stadiums, etc.), consumer electronics in manufacturing and engineering firms, digital radio, software games, and specialized websites.