ights. Audio. Magic. Live events have the power to endure in the minds of a crowd long after a gig is over. If you’ve dreamed of a career in live event production, Full Sail’s Show Production bachelor’s program will arm you with practical skills to take any performance to the next level. From live sound and lighting to corporate presentations, you’ll build foundations in a wide array of audio and visual applications, and enter the industry with a deep understanding of what moves an audience.
Working with a team of peers, you’ll design and manage a concert in one of our on-campus venues. Ongoing portfolio courses provide you with opportunities for real-world production experience, while career development modules throughout the curriculum prepare you for your employment search. After graduation, our Career Development services will be available for support and assistance as you make your transition into the field. Click here to request additional program information about the Show Production bachelor’s degree.
Application deadline approaching: Apply by May 4 for all 2018 campus start dates. Click here for all the details.
Campus | 20-Month Bachelor’s
Show Production graduate Ashley Parker was hired by the Vans Warped Tour to work as an Assistant Stage Manager on the Acoustic Basement presented by Full Sail University. Ashley tells us how she got the job, what her responsibilities were, why the Acoustic Basement stage has been such a success, and what Warped Tour means to her.
- Apple MacBook Pro
- AppleCare Extended Warranty
- Microsoft Office 365
- Alan Parsons' Art & Science of Sound Recording
- Desktop Microphone Stand
- Final Cut Pro
- Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 Gen 2
- Logic Pro
- LoJack Theft Prevention
- Pro Tools
- Sennheiser E835-N Microphone
- Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones
- Waves Certification Program Plug-in Bundle
- USB-C to Ethernet Adapter
- USB-C to Micro-B Cable
- 4-port USB Hub
- 25ft XLR Microphone Cable
Pricing and package specifications are subject to change. Some Project LaunchBox™ components are distributed during students' second year; some Project LaunchBox™ components are downloadable items.