Hey guys. So I'm in my senior year of high school and college is right around the corner. Part of me knows that my best bet is getting a regular job, and doing audio engineering on the side, but if I have the oppourtunity at an education in the field, I want to take full advantage of it. I've landed on two options schooling wise, and I want your opinions on what would be best. 1.) Spend a ton of money on a university for an education in audio engineering while double majoring in something as a back up. I feel like this wouldn't be my best option because how seriously does the business world takes a BFA in audio engineering seriously? I mean I could still intern at studios and such. I'm so sketched about this type of eduction because I know a guy in the area that has this kind of schooling and his productions are pathetic. 2.) Take studio classes instead of university classes. Work more In studios and take formal classes in a studio. I feel like this would be more beneficial. Not spend nearly as much money. Summary: University or Studio education?