Music Technology, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Music Technology provides the opportunity for students who are enrolled in the M.M. or D.M.A. programs to add a focus, or competency, in Music Technology, which may be of benefit for their own creative work, and to expand their options in the job market after graduation. The P.B.C. is also an option for non-degree seeking students.
For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions.
An earned bachelor’s degree in Music; in exceptional cases, a student with an undergraduate degree outside of music may be considered.
Certificate Program Requirements
Required: 12-13 credit hours
|Required Courses (12 credits)|
|Select 12 credits from the following: *||12|
|Digital Music I|
|Digital Music Composition II|
|Audiovisual Demos For Musicians|
|Audio Recording I|
|Performance Studies (Secondary) **|
|Music Technology in Performance|
|Required Recital (0-1 credit)|
|Total Credit Hours||12-13|
Must be taken at UNC Greensboro.
Applied composition lessons, focused on music technology projects. May be repeated one time. A maximum of 4 credits may be counted toward the certificate.
The required recital may be 0-1 credits, and can take many forms: a half recital in Composition or Performance, or providing technical support for another student's recital, for example. Completion of all course work with a grade of B or better is required. Degree-seeking students must include a faculty member member with expertise in music technology on their doctoral advisory committee or master’s comprehensive exam committee. Testing conditions will follow those outlined in the handbook for graduate study in music for the student’s degree program.
Graduate Music Handbook
Additional policies and regulations are found in the Graduate Music Handbook located at: vpa.uncg.edu/music/music-current-students/graduate/.