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Program Overview

The Music Production program is designed to prepare audio engineers and producers for vocational readiness from a Christian perspective. The program is designed to introduce you to the tools and techniques used to produce music in the modern recording studio, while nurturing your passion to serve the church or industry with Christian character. You will gain an in-depth knowledge of current technology, recording techniques, and music production skills. Music Production students will be responsible for engineering all student recordings and live sound requirements of Visible Music College. Skills and knowledge acquired in the program equip students to work as producers, engineers, or to create a new studio business and focuses on using industry-standard programs Logic and Pro Tools.


What can I do with this degree?

Upon graduation, you will be able to:

  • find gainful employment in studios, live sound venues, post-production
  • facilities, production companies, broadcast media, or entrepreneurial endeavors
  • oversee and execute studio and live sound responsibilities with competence, professionalism, and humility have a thorough understanding of how the mechanics of sound apply to modern recording techniques and live sound reinforcement.

Music Producer | Recording Studio Engineer | Live Sound Engineer/Technical Director | Or create a new audio recording business!

Program Details

Admission Requirements

First-Time Freshmen

  1. Must give credible witness of a personal salvation experience and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
  2. Complete and submit an application form.
  3. Submit two references: one Pastoral and one Personal. References must not be related to the student.
  4. Read, sign, and return the Visible Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith.
  5. Complete and pass an Audition and Student Life Interview.
  6. Submit an official high school transcript with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.
  7. Students under 24 years of age must complete and pass the Wonderlic test or submit an ACT score of 18 or higher, or SAT score of 960 or higher.
  8. The ACT or SAT test must have been taken within 5 years of the academic term for which the student is applying.
  9. Applicants to the Bachelor of Arts in Modern Music program must place into Theory 1 after completing the Theory Placement Test taken during the Audition, OR successfully complete a Remedial Theory course prior to enrollment in Theory courses.

Transfer Students

  1. Must give credible witness of a personal salvation experience and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
  2. Complete and submit an application form
  3. Submit two references: one Pastoral and one Personal. References must not be related to the student.
  4. Read, sign, and return the Visible Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith.
  5. Complete and pass an Audition and Student Life Interview.
  6. Proof of high school diploma or equivalent.
  7. Must have previous college credit (12 credit hours minimum) with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) on your most recent college transcript.
  8. Applicants to the Bachelor of Arts in Modern Music program must place into Theory 1 after completing the Theory Placement Test taken during the Audition, OR successfully complete a Remedial Theory course prior to enrollment in Theory courses.