I recently graduated from a two year program with an Associates in Applied Sciences in the field of Recording Arts, (focusing in game audio). So far, I'm having trouble finding work and feel like I should specialize myself into a certain facet of game production, rather than being "the sound guy".
I am considering taking my audio knowledge to a "normal" university that offers a computer science (or similar) program to pick up knowledge in the PC code realm. My intention is to combine my knowledge of audio and computer programming to bridge the gap between programming and game audio. That being said, I was wondering if any of you had any advice on that career move, or know of a more efficient, or practical route of making myself much more hire-able than my peers.
Thanks to anyone who responds!