Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions

Undergraduate Program - Music Technology

Undergraduate Program - Music Technology

New York University offers bachelor's degree programs in the continuously expanding field of Music Technology. Located in New York City, the capital of the music industry, our Washington Square campus borders the city's Greenwich Village and SoHo districts, which have long been considered the center of New York's artistic community.

The Music Technology program prepares students for careers in Audio Mastering, Audio-Visual Production and Post Production, Multimedia, Recording Engineering, Scoring for Film and Multimedia, and Software Development. Students are allowed to develop expertise within an academic setting where learning by creative experimentation is encouraged.

To obtain a bachelor's degree in Music Technology, a student must successfully complete 128 points, including required and elective classes. The Music Technology program at NYU was designed to offer each student a solid foundation in all areas of music technology, while giving the flexibility to obtain specialized expertise in the area of music and audio technology of greatest interest to each student. Full descriptions of point requirements and course requirements are outlined in the requirements section.

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Undergraduate Program - Music Technology

  • General Curriculum - Undergraduate

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