Gaining hands-on tech experience in music production

Have you ever wished you knew how to use technology to help your garage band achieve the best sound? Or how to record and edit music to like a pro? With a minor in music technology at Susquehanna University, you can do anything from manage the sound at live events or concerts or run your own music studio. The music technology minor puts that power in your hands.

No matter your level of musical experience, start right away learning studio recording and engineering. Learn how to record, edit, analyze and produce music. Make yourself at home with our state-of-the-art music industry software and equipment in our large, fully-equipped recording/computer music studio. Master the ever-evolving world of electronic or digital technology to create bold new musical possibilities.

At Susquehanna, we emphasize real-life experience so that when you graduate, you’re well positioned to find work, and our music technology minors even have the opportunity to get paid audio and video tech jobs on campus. The minor degree program is open to students of all majors, so any student can take advantage of these real-world practical The music technology minor is a great opportunity to add valuable skills to your musical experience and to almost any career.


100%
of students have full access to all campus recording studios
100%
of students produce their own music here
70%
of student acquire tech-oriented work study positions

A large presence with personalized attention

Susquehanna’s Department of Music comprises eight majors and minors. All classes are intentionally small, and you will received individualized instruction from an accomplished teacher who brings real-world experience to the classroom.

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Potential Careers

  • Recording engineer
  • Media composer
  • Music producer
  • Live sound engineer
  • Audiovisual tech

Recent Employers

  • Recording studios
  • Live music venues
  • Radio stations
  • Theatres
  • Concert tours

Studying for a Degree in Music Technology

Explore the courses you’ll take on your journey to earning a degree in music technology at Susquehanna.


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See the full list of related programs on the School of the Arts page.


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