Sensory Computation, Experimental Narrative Environments Lab: An immersive virtual space specializing in audio spatialization and virtual reality.
The music and technology bachelor's degree at Stevens Institute of Technology is designed to provide undergraduate students with a thorough and comprehensive understanding of the critical relationship between music and technology.
In this program you will gain not only the skills and technological aptitude necessary for any actively engaged musician, but cultivate an insight into the mutually dependent nature of music and technology. With such insight, our students actively engage the critical thinking necessary for implementing creative and technical innovation in music.
All Music & Technology students will complete a rigorous unified curriculum that will include courses in music theory, history, composition, production, sound design, instrumental proficiency and technological innovation. This unified curriculum will prepare the student for a future within a field in which technological innovation and implementation is an increasingly critical requisite. The Music and Technology major at Stevens is focused on providing a well-balanced course of study that will prepare the student for the ever increasing demands of today's musicians.
By choosing from a host of cutting edge electives that include Software Instrument Design, Electroacoustic Composition, Audio Post, Scoring for Media, and Advanced Orchestration, students may focus their studies in Electronic Music, Composition and Theory, or Sound Recording and Production.
The Music & Technology program provides many diverse career opportunities for students. The program maintains an active database of internships and full time positions, and the Alumni Group regularly participates in the advancement of students' career aspirations. The program produces a very high placement rate in both industry and academic graduate programs.