Subject: Re: Let's Talk About College
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 12 2005 - 10:35:53 EDT
>Similar situation here. I wanted to be in NYC, and hence I'm at Parsons.
You may want to seek depth and breadth.
I looked briefly at the web site and the faculty members.
If I were considering doing 'sound' as a high school student, I may
not quite know "how" to read the 'code', but that's how this list
Read the site, and look for descriptions of the studios (unless you
expect to do everything with headphones). Are the facilities "robust"?
Is technological 'sound' described as MIDI?
Are there courses / elements of courses in perception?
Is there connection into the community that you wish to be a member
of? (This could be arts, sciences, communications, critical studies
Does the institution provide "breadth' in the curriculum?
Does the department / faculty / school have "depth" of human resources?
>>Anywhere else with these types of programs? It's so hard to search
>>for colleges that offer majors/departments with ambiguous titles
>>like "new media" or "design and technology".
>Fair assessment. I think most of us would agree the terms are not
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