The Minor in Music Technology is designed to give students the opportunity to learn about important techniques and methodologies applied to music using technology, computation, and engineering. The minor also gives students background in the other musical arts that can be applied to music technology.
72 Units typically in 6–7 subjects
|Music Theory* 12|
|Music Scholarship and Performance 12|
|Select 12 units from History and Culture OR Music Performance|
|History and Culture|
|21M.200-21M.299, 21M.120, 21M.128, and 21M.129|
21M.400–499, except 21M.470
|Music Technology Foundations 24|
|Select 24 units from:|
|21M.080 or 21M.360–399 or 21M.470 or 21M.731|
|Advanced Music Technology** 12|
|Select 12 units from:|
|21M.381–389 (currently 21M.383, 21M.385, 21M.387)|
|Restricted Electives 12|
|Select 12 units from 21M.000–599|
|Total Units 72|
*Students who enter with a background that allows them to place out of Music Theory (21M.301) will instead take 24 units of Music Scholarship and Performance, 12 units from History and Culture AND 12 units from Music Performance. Students needing preparation for 21M.301 should take 12 units of 21M.051 (Fundamentals of Music) or 6 units of 21M.150 or 21M.151 (Introductory Music Theory) as part of their “Restricted Electives.”
** Subjects have prerequisites outside of the minor.
The Music Technology Minor Advisor is Eran Egozy email@example.com.