I am studying Video Production. This industry is constantly coming out with new and better equipment and NESCom is always right up there with them. The students are taught on the best equipment and by teachers who have been out in the field and know what they're doing and teaching. The thing that I enjoy about the NESCom classes are that even if you are a video student, you can take classes in Marketing, or Journalism or Theatre, or Photography or whatever, you can fine-tune your education to what you want to learn.
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NESCOM provides the equipment and software consistent with the platforms I need to know for future use in my profession. The Gracie Theater on campus provides real world application of skills needed to launch into the next level of education I need in order to acquire the skills to do the behind the scenes work to make sure the show goes on. Having a low ratio of students to faculty, NESCOM shares the Husson University campus giving a student the benefits of both an intimate classroom setting while still providing all the amenities of a larger university.» Read More
The school itself is great and has one of the best audio courses the country has to offer. The faculty have a complete understanding of what they are doing and leave no room for guessing. The labs and studios are great.» Read More