The Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Arts Technology - Music is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in audio engineering, multimedia content creation, sound reinforcement, computer programming for multimedia projects, and technology-based performance. Students in this degree receive intensive, hands-on instruction and experience utilizing state-of-the-art electronic equipment and labs.
Admission procedures for the B.S. MAT - Music include:
An application to the University during the initial filing period;
An application to the School of Music including a letter outlining the student’s background, interests, and goals.
Attending a School of Music New Student Admissions Day to:
complete an interview with Multimedia Arts Technology faculty (including submission of a portfolio and brief performance)
complete the theory testing for placement
attend informational sessions at the School of Music.
Applied Music (MUS 1000) and Ensembles are available to students who can qualify by audition with appropriate applied faculty and/or ensemble director. Select an additional 7 credits from the courses immediately below or the Ensemble Electives:
Subject to approval by the School of Music MAT faculty and undergraduate advisor, additional courses related to arts and technology (not already listed above) may be used to fulfill some MAT requirements on a case-by case basis.
4. A Minor in Another Department of the University (15 credit hours minimum)
In the event that the credit hours for the minor requirements established by the department which offers that minor are greater than 15, the students may make an appropriate adjustment in the hours allowed for free electives.