Music students interested in a Composition degree pursue the Composition and Technology concentration. By including the technology components – an important part of music study for composers in the digital age – the concentration attracts students who are already using technological tools in music creation but need formal training in a liberal arts setting in order to be viable as professionals within the field. The Bachelor of Arts in Music with a concentration in Composition and Technology is both academically and professionally viable.
|General Education (50 units, 12 in major)||38|
|Preparatory and or/general electives||7|
|Total units needed for graduation||122-129|
Advising Checklist for Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition and Technology
Advising Checklist for Bachelor of Music in Composition
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