Delta Music Institute

Bachelor of Science in Entertainment Industry Studies –¬†Audio Engineering Technology

The EIS curriculum includes courses in songwriting, audio engineering, record production, entertainment industry entrepreneurship, concert promotion, digital video, and music copyrights & contracts. BS-EIS students are required to complete a comprehensive senior project related to either the audio engineering technology, entertainment industry entrepreneurship, or multimedia technology concentration. Students are also required to complete either a record label practicum with Fighting Okra Records or a live event practicum.

AET Academic Map Required Equipment

In addition to the General Education and Core courses, the Audio Engineering Technology concentration is focused on the recording arts and requires the following courses:

DMI 202 Computer Audio Skills I 3
DMI 203 Computer Audio Skills II 3
DMI 211 Recording Studio Theory & Practice I 3
DMI 311 Recording Studio Theory & Practice II 3
DMI 314 Live Sound Reinforcement 3
DMI 322 Critical Listening 3
DMI 331 Audio Monitoring & Mixing 3
DMI 411 Recording Studio Theory & Practice III 3
DMI 303 Game Audio OR 3
DMI 403 Computer Audio Skills III 3
TOTAL 27

Contact Information

DMI Director & Chair of Entertainment Industry Studies
Richard Tremmel, Ed.S.
Whitfield 104
Phone: (662) 846-4579
Email: dmi@deltastate.edu

Mailing Address

Delta Music Institute
DSU Box 3114
1003 W. Sunflower Road
Cleveland, MS 38733