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Overview

Music engineers use technology to produce, perform, and compose music through both traditional and non-traditional means. This associate degree introduces students to live and studio production and postproduction and develops their musicianship skills. This degree prepares students to pursue a bachelor’s degree in music technology.

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Concentrations

This degree does not include any concentrations.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

  • History of Commercial Music
  • Live Production
  • Studio Recording
  • Sound Design and Audio Postproduction

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Careers

Graduates with this degree will be prepared for entry-level positions in live and studio production and postproduction as well as digital/electronic instrument design, repair, and customization. Students will also be prepared to complete their bachelor’s degree in music technology.