Sound Recording Technology Bachelor of Science

Office: 1151 Mason Hall
(716) 673-3151
Melvin Unger, Director, School of Music
Bernd Gottinger, Coordinator
Email: soundrecording.technology@fredonia.edu
Website: http://home.fredonia.edu/music/srt

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.

Degree Requirements

Musicianship Core

MUS 163Our World of Music

1

MUS 164Our World of Music

1

MUS 263Music History in Western Civilization I

3

MUS 264Music History in Western Civilization II

3

MUS 231Conducting I

2

MUS 121Aural Skills I

2

MUS 122Aural Skills II

2

MUS 123Music Theory I

3

MUS 124Music Theory II

3

MUS 221Aural Skills III

2

MUS 222Aural Skills IV

2

MUS 223Music Theory III

3

MUS 224Music Theory IV

3

MUS 118Piano Class, Elementary

2

MUS 100Recital-Seminar

0

MUS 120Concert Attendance

0

MUS 105Applied Music Major

2

MUS 106Applied Music Major

2

Total Credit Hours:36

NOTE:

  • MUS 118: waived for students whose principal instrument is piano.
  • MUS 120: each semester of private applied lessons.
  • MUS 107 and MUS 108 are required of all freshmen oboe and bassoon majors.

Musicianship Core

The musicianship core is the set of required studies common to all music degree programs (Bachelor of Arts in Music, Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy, Bachelor of Science in Music with an emphasis in Sound Recording Technology, all programs of the Bachelor of Music).

MUS 163Our World of Music

1

MUS 164Our World of Music

1

MUS 263Music History in Western Civilization I

3

MUS 264Music History in Western Civilization II

3

MUS 231Conducting I

2

MUS 121Aural Skills I

2

MUS 122Aural Skills II

2

MUS 123Music Theory I

3

MUS 124Music Theory II

3

MUS 221Aural Skills III

2

MUS 222Aural Skills IV

2

MUS 223Music Theory III

3

MUS 224Music Theory IV

3

MUS 118Piano Class, Elementary

2

MUS 100Recital-Seminar

0

MUS 120Concert Attendance

0

MUS 105Applied Music Major

2

MUS 106Applied Music Major

2

Total Credit Hours:36

NOTE:

  • MUS 118: waived for students whose principal instrument is piano;
  • MUS 120: each semester of private applied lessons;
  • MUS 107 and MUS 108 are required of all freshmen oboe and bassoon majors.

Sound Recording Technology Requirements (in addition to Musicianship Core)

SRT 105Recording Techniques for Music

1

SRT 200Recording Practicum

2

SRT 201Recording Practicum

2

SRT 250Recording Techniques

2

SRT 251Recording Techniques

2

SRT 300Recording Practicum

2

SRT 301Recording Practicum

2

SRT 350Technology and Practices of the Recording Industry

3

SRT 351Technology and Practices of the Recording Industry

3

SRT 450Senior Seminar/Project

2

SRT 451Senior Seminar/Project

2

CSIT 105Visual BASIC I

3

MATH 122University Calculus I

4

MATH 123University Calculus II

4

PHYS 121College Physics I

3

and

PHYS 123College Physics Lab I

1

or

PHYS 230University Physics I

4

and

PHYS 232University Physics I Lab

1

PHYS 122College Physics II

3

and

PHYS 124College Physics II Lab

1

or

PHYS 231University Physics II

4

and

PHYS 233University Physics II Lab

1

PHYS 311Acoustics I

3

PHYS 318Basic Electronics

3

Ensembles, by advisement

2

Total Credit Hours:50-52

NOTE:

  • Ensembles by advisement, during semester of private lessons;
  • Internships within the recording history are strongly encouraged. Up to 15 credit hours of credit may be earned;
  • Electives by advisement from Sound Recording Technology Coordinator.

Total Credit Hours: 122-124