A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
Those with aspirations of being music performers, producers, and managers could all benefit from studying music technology. Students in this field learn the fundamental principles of audio engineering and apply them by mixing and mastering raw tracks with music production software.
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NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development
Prepare to work in fast-evolving fields such as sound engineering, software development, and multimedia. In this master of music program, you will study with industry lea
Hands-On Integration of Musical and Technical Skills
Prepare for a successful career or doctoral study in fields such as audio engineering, production and post-production, sound editing for film and multimedia, audio mastering, signal processing, acoustics, music informatics, and game audio. You will study with industry leaders, have the opportunity to work at major recording studios and media companies in the capital of the music industry, and develop expertise within an academic setting that encourages learning by creative experimentation.
What You'll Learn
Integrate musical and technical skills.
Attain a solid foundation in all areas of music technology and specialized expertise in a focus area of music technology.
Experiment with new relationships between experimental and traditional approaches to music by collaborating with NYU Performance and Composition programs.
Develop expertise by learning through creative experimentation.
Demonstrate competence in public oral presentation of their artistic and scholarly work.
Core and Elective Courses