MS in Music Engineering Technology University of Miami Frost School of Music
The Graduate Music Engineering Technology degree (GMUE) was introduced in 1986. It has consistently placed graduates into high-tech engineering fields that emphasize audio technology, usually in audio software and hardware design engineering and product engineering or development. Our graduates have enjoyed employment at companies specifically aimed at high-tech audio such as Sonos, Avid, Universal Audio, Soundtoys, iZotope, Waves LLC, Smule, Apple Computer, Microsoft, Eventide, Bose, Shure, Dolby Laboratories, Roland, Beats by Dr. Dre, Spotify, Harman International, JBL, Analog Devices, Motorola, Texas Instruments, Cirrus Logic, and many more.
Applicants to the M.S. in Music Engineering Technology typically hold a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, math, physics, or other hard sciences. They are passionate about combining their love of music and engineering. A few hold dual degrees in music and other engineering/technology areas. The Music Engineering Technology program enjoys being part of a world-class, top-ranked School of Music. Students may become licensed to use the new $1.2 million state of the art recording studio if they wish.