I've spent 5,000 on courses, worked slave labor for internship scams, recorded locals for training, use Pro Tools at home, enrolling in pro tools certification courses, and helped produce local folk who needed a creative hand. Yet... I can't find a job in audio recording/production. After almost 4 years of pushing, and driving myself further... I am still unable to find a true opening in the massive wall of the music business. I finally realize that the "Lil piece of paper" is what I need to get my foot in the door. I honestly didn't choose music, and audio engineering. It chose me. It's hard to explain in a logical manner, but I know this is the way I need to go in my pursuit of becoming a professional in the audio production field. I doubt I'd be able to afford Full Sails prices, and so... an accredited university is my next step. But what is the best, or most reccomended accredited audio engineering/audio production school? I see plenty of places that have engineering classes, but they're either A.) Unaccredited, B.) Non Degree programs, or C.) In other countries (I live in the US). Any advice, or help would be greatly apprceiated. I remain hopeful, and determined, but even rocks can start to crumble. Thanks in advance, Mojo.