Administered by faculty of Integrative Arts, the theme in Music Technology is appropriate for undergraduate students seeking to apply domains of knowledge from their majors or General Education programs to issues of audio production and digital technology in music.
The program consists of prescribed foundation courses in musical acoustics, digital audio, sound design and audio recording. Supporting course work allows students to focus in advanced topics such as music software programming, multi-media, or entertainment systems.
Students must declare a major before they may request admission to a theme. However, those interested in the music technology theme are encouraged to begin taking applicable courses as early as possible. Students must apply to the theme no later than the beginning of their 6th semester. Students who have earned at least a grade of C in INART 050, INART 258A and THEA 285 may apply for admission to the program by submitting an application to the Committee.