We're musicians. We're artists. We're inventors. We're engineers.
Technology shapes all the music you hear, whether it is your cell phone identifying a song and recommending similar artists, a software program listening to music and displaying chords and tempo, or robots jamming with humans. It is technology that enables new ways for us to access, consume, and create music.
We teach our students to master existing technology and then give them the tools to innovate and create the ideas we'll be listening to tomorrow; Robots that listen to and play their own improvised music; software that samples and builds your own music; any project you can imagine is possible here at Georgia Tech. Schedule a meeting today with Chris Moore, the academic advisor for the Bachelor of Science in Music Technology program.
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Our curriculum is laid out in a way that will introduce technical and artistic topics from day one. Our program stands out because we believe that music and technical skills are equally important.
Five structural areas comprise the 120 + 2 Credit Hour curriculum:
- 21 hours -- MUSI Lower Division Requirements
- Includes Fundamentals of Musicianship I-IV, Laptop Orchestra, and Introduction to Audio Technology I-II
- 29 hours -- MUSI Upper Division Requirements
- Includes four semesters of Ensemble I-IV, Recording and Mixing, Perception and Cognition, and project and capstone studios
- 45 hours -- Core Curriculum and Health Requirements
- 15 - 23 hours -- Breadth Block
- 4 - 12 hours -- Free Electives