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Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

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Bachelor of Science in Music Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Music Technology (BSMT) is a four-year degree program instilling students with technical, theoretical, and creative skills required to pursue professional careers in the growing field of music technology.  Students enroll in both traditional music studies, (music theory, aural skills, keyboard studies, and applied instrument lessons)  as well as our wide-ranging and innovative technology courses of Recording and Production, Creative Music Technology, Digital Signal Processing for Music, and Interface and Instrument Design. The degree culminates with presentation of a capstone project, combining a student's creative, technical, theoretical, and historical knowledge. One hundred and twenty (120) hours of coursework are required with a concentration in an allied field such as computer technology. The degree is designed as a four-year course of study.  

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Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy

The Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy (BSMTx) is an approved program of the American Music Therapy Association that provides students with the musical, technical, and therapeutic skills to practice as entry-level music therapists in a variety of clinical fields. Students engage in traditional academic music studies (music theory, aural skills, and music history), piano, voice, guitar, percussion, improvisation, music technology, psychology, and music therapy specific courses. The degree culminates in a six-month clinical internship after the completion of approximately eight semesters of course work and on-campus clinical training.

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Music Minor

The music minor is available to students majoring in other areas of study at IUPUI. Students must submit an application for the music minor, available online at music.iupui.edu.  No audition is required for the minor.

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