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Our Music Technology Programs

Our Music Technology Programs

We are one of the few schools in North America that offers Music Technology as a major in undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. levels of study. Each level builds upon the next, allowing for a unique blend of academic study and innovative research opportunities.

Prospective Students

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To learn more about our various opportunities for everything from Pre-College to Ph.D., visit our Prospective Students page to learn more about what we offer.

Our Music Technology Programs


Our Bachelor of Science in Music Technology degree teaches students how to combine their love of music with technology in a number of different technical disciplines, including engineering, computing, and sciences. 

Our Master of Science in Music Technology gives students the ability to explore music from Georgia Tech's unique technological perspective. Here, we design software that breaks down music into its individual pieces and puts it back together again so we can better understand it. We're also the only school that builds robots that explore what it can mean for man and machine to make music together.

Our Ph. D. program goes even deeper into these topics. Students work alongside our renowned faculty to create the next great ideas in music. Our Doctoral students become creators, teachers, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders for the music of tomorrow.

Our Degree Programs

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Undergraduate Programs

Learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Music Technology, and the minors we offer.
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Graduate Programs

Our students' diverse backgrounds, interests and talents fuel invention.
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Erin Jackson is the academic advisor for the School of Music. She helps students design a schedule that works for them, guiding them through the registration process and helping ensure that they stay on track. She is also available to troubleshoot general problems during the semester for students, such as ensuring proper access to classes or equipment, addressing academic concerns, or tending to general software needs.


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Assistantships, Fellowships, & Scholarships

School of Music & External Aid

The School of Music awards a small number of scholarships and fellowships each year to Bachelor of Science in Music Technology (BSMT) and Master of Science in Music Technology (MSMT) students to reduce the cost of attendance. Learn more about these opportunities.

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Our B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. music technology students don’t just use technology to make music. They invent the next generation of technologies that will revolutionize the music industry. Learn more about the blend of creative and technical work at the Georgia Tech School of Music.