Natural to Me
"Hopefully this project can influence listeners to find music all around them ... from the roar of waves crashing on the jetty to a choir of insects on a summer night, nature is one of the best songwriters…
Be part of a community of musicians using technology and engineering to redefine the industry.
With a dedication to practical learning, the music and technology program at Stevens empowers students with the technological skills and artistic confidence needed to succeed in the professional world. Students within this Bachelor of Arts program often find themselves mixing tracks within professional studios, playing with virtual reality and audio spatialization, and producing new sounds for movie scores. Dedication to music theory and instrument learning underpins the curriculum, imparting artistic knowledge and rigor. After a thorough review, Universities.com ranked Stevens' music and technology as the seventh-best in the country, and graduates of the Class of 2021 earned an average starting salary of $72,300.
Additional classes address music composition, production and sound design, and throughout the program, students grow comfortable and confident using cutting-edge software and hardware. Time and time again, our graduates’ skills and creativity have impressed industry professionals and hiring committees, and our alumni work as engineers, composers, photographers, artists, and more.
Want to learn more about the music and technology program? Be sure to watch the video above and read the stories below. Interested high school students are also invited to request additional information and sit in on a class.
The program, housed within the College of Arts and Letters, also believes in providing applicants the best opportunities to showcase their talents and skills. Therefore, prospective students are provided two different options on how to provide standardized testing and portfolios within their applications.