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Commercial Music Certificate


Certificate of Achievement
El Camino College Compton Educational Center offers a variety of certificate programs. A Certificate of Achievement is recorded on a student's transcript. A Certificate of Accomplishment is not recorded on the transcript. Each of the programs requires completion of courses in a particular field. Unlike degree programs, courses outside the field are not generally required.

A Certificate of Achievement is awarded to students who complete the prescribed program with a 2.0 grade point average.
A Certificate of Achievement with Honors is awarded to students who complete the prescribed program with a 3.0 grade point average.
A Certificate of Achievement with High Honors is awarded to students who complete the prescribed program with a 3.5 grade point average or above.

Commercial Music: 
A Certificate of Achievement will be granted upon completion of the courses listed below. Music 82abc, 84, and 85ab must be completed at El Camino College Compton Educational Center.

Required Courses:

Music 1 Music Fundamentals

 (3 units)

Music 80abc (Formerly 80)
(Can be taken up to 3 times)
Fundamentals of Electronic Music

(2 units)

Music 81A Introduction to Electronic Music Studio

 (2 units)

Music 81B Electronic Music Studio

(2 units)

Music 82abc*
(Can be taken up to 3 times)
Digital Audio Recording for Commercial Music

 (3 units)

Music 83abcd*
(Can be taken up to 4 times)
Keyboarding for Commercial Music

 (2 units)

Music 84 Commercial Music Business

 (3 units)

Music 85ab*
(Can be taken up to 2 times)
Songwriting for Commercial Music

 (3 units)

(*one semester of)


Total Units: 20


Preparations for the Transfer Major
For information on specific university major requirements, please obtain a transfer curriculum guide sheet in the Counseling Services Center, consult with your counselor, or visit the Transfer Center. You may use the transfer major requirements to help you fulfill your associate degree requirements.


Courses not available at the Compton Center may be taken at the Torrance campus.
Description of courses can be found in the class schedule/catalog.
For more information, contact Alicia Zambrano (310) 900-1600 x 2779.
 
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