IPR was designed with the creative student in mind. We provide hands-on training to those individuals who want a behind-the-scenes education in several programs related to the creative arts.
As a community of learners, educators and industry professionals, IPR is dedicated to giving students the dynamic skills they need to qualify for entry-level positions in production, recording, design and entertainment business.
Our degree programs include: audio production and engineering, graphic & web design, live sound and show production, music and entertainment business, digital video and media production, and sound design for visual media*.
A degree from IPR prepares students to not only meet the standards of a competitive industry, but exceed them.
Mission and Accreditation
The Institute of Production and Recording is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). We strive to provide quality education in production, recording, design and entertainment business while maintaining industry-standard curriculum that leads to success for our students.
Founded in 2002, IPR opened its doors with the help of a powerhouse of individuals experienced in music production, recording, engineering and various aspects of entertainment business.
Whether a student is looking for job leads, an internship opportunity, or needs advice on how to work as an entrepreneur, our career services staff provides professional and experienced guidance.
Our instructors bring an amazing range of experience to the classroom. In addition to their depth of knowledge, they provide informal mentoring and applied learning projects that help pave the road to success for our students.
To get more information about IPR, we invite you to come visit our campus. Call 1-866-477-4840 today to set up a tour or fill out our online form.
*Federal regulations require the U.S. Department of Education to approve this program for federal financial aid eligibility. The school has submitted this program for review and is awaiting the U.S. Department of Education decision. As of the publication of this page, this program is not eligible for federal financial aid.