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What can our music technology minor do for you?
Ready to get an introduction to music production?
With our music technology minor, you'll start to explore studio and audio recording, engineering, and the use of computers, software and other technology in the music industry.
Get an introduction to music production with our music technology minor.
You'll learn studio and audio recording and engineering, explore the use of computers and software in the music industry and sample music composition courses.
A music technology minor is the perfect complement to any music major and is also open to non-music majors.
Take on a work-study job with our manager of technical services to get real-life experience in music technology and audio. Positions include:
• Recording Crew Chief
• Classroom Music Technology Support Specialist
• Weber Recording/Computer Music Studio Manager
• Live Event Support Assistant
• Live Concert Recording Engineers
Minor in Music Technology. Before declaring a minor in music technology, a student must obtain approval of the music technology adviser. Note that approval of this minor does not guarantee a place in the required music classes. Students must complete with a grade of C- or better 20 semester hours of coursework: MUSC-355 Audio Engineering Fundamentals; MUSC-356 Music Production in the Recording Studio; MUSC-367 Computer Music Composition; MUSC-368 Computer Music Performance; and four semester hours in an internship or music electives.
Double-counting restriction: students minoring in music technology may only apply 8 semester hours toward a music major.
Music Theory & Ear Training
Graduates have gone on to graduate school at:
University of Florida
University of Southern Maine
Stony Brook University
University of North Texas
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
Eastman School of Music
University of Michigan
New England Conservatory of Music
Peabody Institute of Music
Pennsylvania State University
Graduates have gone on to jobs at:
Milton Area High School
Atonement Lutheran Church
Staats Operette Dresden
University of North Texas College of Music
South Shore Symphony Orchestra
Pinellas Youth Symphony
University of Connecticut
Loyalsock Township School District
Stone Hill Middle School
Jumoke Academy Charter Schools
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
Choral ensembles provide students with unique musical experiences on and off campus.
The Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band perform a wide repertoire in a challenging and rewarding environment.
Pianists and organists perform in a range of solo, chamber, and large ensemble settings on the finest instruments.
A traditional big band and small combos appear at a variety of venues.
Small ensembles offer opportunities to study highly specialized literature.
The Opera Studio performs fully-staged productions with orchestra in addition to programs of opera scenes.
seats in Stretansky Concert Hall32
music practice rooms
The program provides the surrounding communities with lifelong learning opportunities for professional music study and enrichment activities in an academic environment, including individual lessons in voice, piano, organ, and most band and orchestra instruments, along with group music classes for infants through adults.
The hallmark of the program is the rich collaboration among music faculty, music students, and the children and adults who take lessons and classes.Read More