The Electronic Music Program combines the areas of music, electronics and computer science, with a primary emphasis on music. The Electronic Music Certificate is designed for students who intend to start their own electronic music studios where they may record music for videos, films, or individual artists, as well as compose and produce their own music on electronic instruments. Completion of a Certificate in Electronic Music expands career opportunities to include performer, producer, recording engineer, sound designer and sound engineer.
Career opportunities include performer, producer, recording engineer, sound designer and sound engineer.
- 21 semester units
- Complete major requirements listed under the AA: Major in Electronic Music
- A grade of "C" or better is required for each course.