During the Summer, NYU offers students a wide range of opportunities that are not available to them during the normal school year.
Summer courses are generally smaller and more intensive than are courses during the Fall and Spring.
By taking courses such as Audio Mastering, The Art of Sound Reinforcement, Musical Acoustics, Electronic Music Synthesis, or Advanced Computer Music Composition during the Summer, students can earn a full semester’s credit toward their degree.
In addition to regular courses, students may explore broader opportunities in the field by enrolling in classes taught by international guest lecturers, as well as attending special panel discussions and concerts featuring application, aesthetics, and perception of today’s multimedia and music technology.
Some programs, such as the Buddy Baker Film Scoring Seminar and the Stephen F. Temmer Tonmeister Studies Program, are offered only during the Summer.
For more information on the Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Summer Programs, click here.