Music Technology Undergraduate Certificate

Learn to create, edit and record multimedia audio files using the latest digital composing, editing, mixing and recording tools with the Music Technology Undergraduate Certificate in Temple University’s Boyer College of Music of Dance. Explore your musical interests and skills or potential career paths in the digital world of creating and editing music.

The program comprises four courses focused on audio production and editing, as well as one course in film analysis. You’ll broaden your knowledge of the electronic and software programs used in the music industry, as well as acoustics, digital audio workstations, microphones and sound production. You’ll also learn about sound for apps, concerts, films, television and video. Courses are taught by Boyer’s award-winning faculty members, and students will work in Temple’s industry-level, state-of-the-art digital audio workstations.

This four-course, 12-credit certification is open to any non-Music major at Temple who has completed at least 15 credit hours of coursework.

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Classes & Curriculum

The Music Technology Undergraduate Certificate curriculum comprises four required courses. These are  

  • Advanced Audio Production,
  • Introduction to Film and Video Analysis,
  • Sound Editing, and
  • ​Sound Recording.

Learn more about required courses for the Music Technology Undergraduate Certificate.

Tuition & Fees

The tuition for this Certificate Program is based on school or college of your major, program degree level (undergraduate or graduate), course load (full- or part-time), in-state or out-of-state residency, and more. You can view the full Cost of Attendance breakdown on the Student Financial Services website.

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