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Degree

Overview

The Bachelor of Music Technology equips students to use musicianship skills, live audio production, studio production, computer science and electrical engineering, and digital/electronic instrument construction skills in a variety of music production-focused professions. Students are prepared for strategic positions in live and studio production and post production as well as digital/electronic instrument design, repair, and customization.

Alan Barnes
Program Director

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Concentrations

This degree does not include any concentrations.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

  • MIDI and Acoustic Analysis
  • Sound Design and Audio Post Production
  • Mass Media Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Composition and Noise Design

Careers

Graduates with this degree often work as producers, recording engineers, sound mixers, sound technicians, and studio managers. This skill set can also be used as part of a technical team in a church or ministry setting.

Degree

Overview

The Bachelor of Music Technology equips students to use musicianship skills, live audio production, studio production, computer science and electrical engineering, and digital/electronic instrument construction skills in a variety of music production-focused professions. Students are prepared for strategic positions in live and studio production and post production as well as digital/electronic instrument design, repair, and customization.

Alan Barnes
Program Director

Dept Contact

Concentrations

This degree does not include any concentrations.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

  • MIDI and Acoustic Analysis
  • Sound Design and Audio Post Production
  • Mass Media Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Composition and Noise Design

Careers

Graduates with this degree often work as producers, recording engineers, sound mixers, sound technicians, and studio managers. This skill set can also be used as part of a technical team in a church or ministry setting.