Master of Music in Music Technology
University of Valley Forge
Valley Forge Christian College offers a Master of Music in Music Technology. This degree covers music production, digital video, multimedia, distance learning, and music notation. The curriculum includes the most current technologies and research allowing students to benefit for their future careers in music. The facilities that Valley Forge Christian College offer include a 24 track digital audio production suite and a multimedia production room and during classes each individual is assigned a fully-equipped state-of-the-art workstation.
In order to be eligible to apply for the graduate program, applicants must have achieved a four-year undergraduate college degree. To be eligible for admittance into the Music Technology Program applicants must: submit an official undergraduate and graduate transcript, complete the online application, submit three letters of reference (two from professors and one personal reference), submit a research paper or sample writing, schedule and interview or audition (this will be scheduled prior to applying, the applicant should have two performance pieces on the primary instrument prepared) and lastly applicants must complete the Music Entrance Exam (comprised of music theory, history, literature and will be scheduled prior to applying).
Once accepted into the program there are three different tracks that students have to choose from including: Production track, Composition track and Education track. All three tracks require students to complete 33 credit hours. Each track has a customized list of courses to best prepare each student towards the specific concentration they have chosen to pursue within the Masters of Music in Music Technology program. Students will experience hands on learning and a variety of courses to add to their knowledge of music technology. Upon completion of the program there are many professions students could potentially choose to pursue. Some examples include professions such as worship leaders, practicing performers, composers, and educators.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: Hybrid
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Applicants must have achieved a four year undergraduate degree.
The University of Valley Forge, a private, four-year residential college operated by the Assemblies of God denomination, is located on a suburban campus in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. University of Valley Forge originally began as Marantha Bible School in 1939. Mergers with additional Bible institutes over time resulted in an increase in enrollment, and eventual name changes including Eastern Bible Institute and Northeast Bible Institute. In 1976, what was Valley Forge Christian College moved its location to the former Valley Forge Army Hospital campus in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. In 2014, the college became the University of Valley Forge has a mission of preparing its students for lives of leadership and service in both the church as well as in the world.
The University of Valley Forge offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees in subjects like business, digital media, and music technology. Several undergraduate and graduate degrees and bachelor's degree completion programs are avaiable fully online.
This program has not been ranked.
Be the first to write a review. Click the link below.