Game Sound Design Adjunct
The Division of Communication and Creative Media seeks to fill one
or more part-time oncampus adjunct faculty positions in the Game
Sound Design Program. The courses available are SON 200 Game Sound
Design I & SON 300 Game Sound Design II.
Course Description (s)
SON 200 Game Sound Design I
Students will deconstruct the game music from the classic, modern,
and contemporary periods while learning the techniques and
structures of creating sound for games. Students will use industry
standard software to complete a sound package for a game. This
course is required of all Game Sound Design majors.
SON 300 Game Sound Design II
Students will create music and special effects for game levels,
menus and game environments. Working in groups, students will
develop sound design concepts, create documentation, prepare and
load sound and special effects into a game engine and conduct
quality assurance testing. The course requires students to provide
constructive criticism to individual and group work. This course is
required of all Game Sound Design majors.
Experience with software in Logic Pro and the Unity and Unreal game
engines are required. A Bachelor's degree and a minimum of three
years of industry experience in relevant areas are required.
Teaching experience at the college level is preferred.
The successful completion of a criminal background check is
required as a condition of employment.
Application materials must include a resume/CV and a letter of
interest (Cover Letter) specifically addressing the desired
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