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With a minor in music technology, you will explore your interest in songwriting, composition, or production by learning how to use specifically computer-based tools for the creation and production of music in the 21st century. This minor puts music technology into a liberal arts context, so that the technical skill you gain will also inform your development as a culturally informed critical thinker with solid communication skills.
Declaring a minor allows you to explore other areas of interest and make interdisciplinary connections. A minor in music technology allows you to set yourself apart as a candidate for job opportunities in a variety of professions in the media, arts and culture, and education industries, or any number of related professions.
The program information listed here reflects the approved curriculum for the 2023-2024 academic year per the Brooklyn College Bulletin. Bulletins from past academic years can be found here.
Study of the computer-based tools for the creation and production of music in the twenty-first century. Students completing this minor will have a foundation in the skillsets necessary within the discipline of music technology.
12-credits selected from the following music courses:
Introduction to Music Technology (Music 3260), Introduction to Electro-Acoustic Music (Music 3261), Electro-Acoustic Music (Music 3262), Techniques for Recording Music (Music 3322), 3-credits of advanced electives in music (numbered 2000 or higher) selected in consultation with the Director or the Deputy Director.
Contact the Conservatory of Music department for information on academic advisers and office hours.
Brooklyn College is an integral part of the cultural and artistic energy of New York City. Our faculty members in the Conservatory of Music offer incomparable expertise and tremendous talent, and each bring a unique perspective to their teaching and mentoring in and out of the classroom.