Music & Technology Bachelor's Degree
DegreeBachelor of Arts
ContactOffice of Undegraduate Admissions126.96.36.19948[email protected]
Powered by engineering and grounded in theory, Stevens' bachelor's degree in music and technology encourages students to learn through artistic experimentation.
Housed in the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, these classes teach next-generation skills, and alumni excel within meaningful careers throughout the music and sound design industries.
Expect an environment that celebrates collaboration and exploration.
Music and technology students mix tracks in professional studios, produce movie scores, and play with virtual reality and audio spatialization. Students learn through practice, and studio-based lessons underpin the program's dedication to music theory and instrumentation.
Composition and Theory
Sound Recording and Production
Software Instrument Design
Scoring for Media
Private Instrumental Lessons
Catalyze Career Success
Graduates of the Class of 2021 earned an average starting salary of $72,300.
The program's alumni work as sound engineers, producers, composers, orchestrators, programmers, instrument designers, studio proprietors, sound designers, and audio content developers.
Lead Audio Technician, Disney ABC Television Group
Audio Engineer, NBC Universal
Project Manager in Global Product Creative, Netflix
Researcher with Experiments in Art and Technology, Nokia Bell Labs
Mastering Engineer, Sony
Digital Multimedia Editor, Time
Vice President of Digital, Ultra Records
Post Production Coordinator, Vice Media
Meet the Faculty
Explore Music & Technology at Stevens
Classes challenge students to grow into thoughtful and nimble professionals, trained in production, composition, and sound design. Graduates advanced their careers with well-earned, technological expertise.