Learn in Our Iconic Facility
Minneapolis Media institute was established in 2009. The building was built in 1962 as a warehouse, but in 1987, was converted to an 18,000 square foot studio space by legendary producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and was named Flyte Tyme studios. This iconic studio complex was used to record such artists as Michael and Janet Jackson, Sting, Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, Usher and many more.
Today, students in the Audio & Recording Arts, Business in Media, Animation & Game Design, and the Graphic & Web Design programs hone their craft in the facilities. A grammy award-winning faculty gives the students hands on training in small classes, providing paramount training for future leaders in the ever-expanding multimedia industry. The campus also features online education with a Certificate in Mobile Application Development.
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