Nov 26, 2022  
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Music Technology (Professional Studies in Music Technology Major)


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The Bachelor of Arts in Professional Studies - Music Technology is intended to prepare music technology experts for the vast number of opportunities for employment in music industry. Student learning outcomes are intended to prepare students with the knowledge and skills that will not only make them attractive to employers, but position students to keep up with changes in the technology and industry through development of lifelong learning skills.

Students will take most of their music technology specific courses in the Conservatory’s Recording Studio, Production Studios, Electronic Music Studio, Computer Lab, and the Communication Department’s Television Studio. These studios are state-of-the-art and similar to those found in professional studios throughout the nation. The intention of this major is to provide students with learning that can be directly applied in their professional lives.

This degree does not fall under the purview of the National Association of Schools of Music.

A student in the Professional Studies major can expect the following learning outcomes:

  • Ability to demonstrate foundational skills in reading, writing, oral communication, information literacy, and refinement of critical reflection and thinking.
  • Ability to demonstrate self-directed, lifelong learning skills.
  • Ability to explore complex questions by engaging in interdisciplinary inquiry.
  • Ability to apply content in a professional environment.

 

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