Sound Recording Technology Bachelor of Science degree
Office: 1151 Mason Hall
Karl Boelter, Director, School of Music
Bernd Gottinger, Coordinator
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Sound Recording Technology is designed to provide undergraduate students with academic and professional preparation necessary for successful careers in music, sound recording, and related professions, and in technical, artistic, and management positions.
Musicianship Core (35 credit hours)
MUS 118: waived for students whose principal instrument is piano
MUS 120: each semester of private applied lessons
Ensembles: Selection of ensembles is by advisement, and by audition when applicable.
Ensembles: Participation in ensembles is required especially during the semesters of private applied study.
Sound Recording Technology Requirements (in addition to Musicianship Core and ensembles):
Internship: Internships within the recording industry are strongly encouraged. Up to 15 credit hours of credit may be earned.
Electives: by advisement from Sound Recording Technology Coordinator.