To graduate with a major in Music with a concentration in Music Technology, you must earn 54 hours of academic credit in designated music courses, nine of which must be numbered 400 and above, and complete all core curriculum courses required by UAB's College of Arts and Sciences.

Program Requirements

All program requirements and courses are outlined in the UAB Undergraduate Catalog. They include 16 hours of music theory/aural skills, 5-6 hours of music history and literature, 18 hours of music technology, 3 hours of advanced theory electives, 4 hours of applied lessons, and at least 6 hours of ensembles. Students must also satisfy the piano proficiency examperformance attendance requirements, and complete an internship.

See The Majors page for descriptions of Major and Minor Ensembles. Students in the Music Technology program may fulfill up to four of their required ensemble hours in Computer Music Ensemble. The remaining three hours must be in the major ensembles.

See the course catalog for descriptions of applied lessons and electives in music theory.

Additional Information for Music Technology Applicants

All applicants to the UAB Music Technology degree program as majors or minors should complete and submit a position paper prior to being considered.

UAB Music Technology Position Questionnaire

Course Catalog

A complete list of requirements, courses, and a proposed four-year program of study for music majors are available in the UAB Undergraduate Catalog.

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All the information you need to apply can be found on UAB's Undergraduate Admissions Hub.

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