Music Technology AS
In the Associate of Science in Music Technology program, students will develop fundamental music technology skills and gain an understanding of the technical, business, and creative areas of music technology, recording, live sound reinforcement, music production, and/or post-production.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon graduation, students in the Associates of Science in Music Technology must:
- Demonstrate fundamental techniques using music production hardware and software.
- Recognize career options and be able to outline a path to achieve career goals in at least one area of music technology.
- Analyze the compositional structures of contemporary musical works.
- Demonstrate a functional proficiency in at least one area of instrumental or vocal performance.
- Demonstrate basic work skills relevant to studio recording, live audio, music production, postproduction and/or contemporary performance.
The Associate of Science in Music Technology requires 67 credit hours:
- 41 credit hours in Major Required Courses
- 12 credit hours of Franciscan Core Curriculum courses
- 7 credit hours of electives
Program of Studies
- Major Required Courses, 41 hours:
- 2 credit hours from any MUSP 100 level course;
- 2 credit hours from any MUSP 200 level course;
- 25 credit hours from:
- MUSC 135 Fundamentals of Music Technology
- MUSC 136 Music Theory I
- MUSC 137 Piano I
- MUSC 138 Ear Training I
- MUSC 142 Music Theory II
- MUSC 143 Piano II
- MUSC 144 Ear Training II
- MUSC 220 MIDI
- MUSC 230 Recording Studio Techniques
- MUSC 250 DAWs and Editing
- MUSC 290 Music Industry
- Music History – 3 credit hours from any of the following:
- MUSC 131 Music Appreciation
- MUSC 271 History of Rock and Roll
- MUSC 272 Jazz Appreciation
- MUSC 360 Survey of Music in Film and Video Games
- Music Technology Electives – 9 credit hours from any of the following:
- MUSC 280 Live Audio Practicum
- MUSC 240 Musical Acoustics
- MUSC 245 Songwriting
- MUSC 255 Orchestration
- Franciscan Core Curriculum, 12 credit hours
- Electives, 7 credit hours
Applicants to the Associate of Science in Music Technology Program must meet University of Saint Francis admission requirements.
Students in the Associate of Science in Music Technology Program complete a sophomore portfolio review.