Music engineers use technology to produce and compose music through both traditional and non-traditional means.
Johnson University’s Bachelor of Music Technology equips students to become performers, producers, and designers through the study of musicianship skills, live and studio production, computer science and electrical engineering, and digital/electronic instrument construction. This degree gives students the power to create more freely at a professional standard.
Graduates are prepared for strategic positions in live and studio production and postproduction as well as digital/electronic instrument design, repair, and customization.
Every undergraduate student pursuing a four-year degree at Johnson earns a double major – a major in Bible and Theology and a major of their choice, like Music Technology. Click here to learn more about the Bible and Theology major.