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Case Study: An Interdisciplinary Audio Curriculum

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Audio is interdisciplinary in nature, connecting the disciplines of music, radio, broadcasting, film, science, liberal and fine arts. Audio students benefit from a wide, multi-disciplined curricular approach. Towson University’s Radio/Audio concentration in the Electronic Media and Film department has evolved to cover a range of topics and disciplines to better prepare students for a constantly changing professional environment.

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