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Music Technology Component

In addition to coursework leading to Bachelor's degrees in Music, the Boyer College of Music & Dance offers a 36-credit component in Music Technology to qualified music majors. This component, which is distributed over a student's freshman through senior years, normally results in a five-year program of study.

The music technology component provides a structured sequence of courses for those students who desire to use new technologies to enhance their skills as performers, composers, teachers, and scholars. Courses focus on the creative, performance, and pedagogical aspects of music technology. Students interested in adding the component to their curriculum should contact their respective chair for further information and specific curriculum guidelines.

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