Empower your music through technology
Mastering the technologies to enhance and promote your music-making will increase your professional options in the field of music.
What to expect
Delivered in a fully online format (the only one in Canada!), this program complements and supplements your traditional music studies.
Over a series of courses, which may be taken part-time over three semesters, you'll learn to discuss and assess music technologies, including digital notation, music sequencing, digital instrumentation; audio recording, mixing and editing.
You'll be able to apply your new skills to the practice of music in virtually all professional or academic music settings.
Effective date: September 2019
|Total||16/17||See What it Costs|
|MTEC 210||Digital Notation and Scoring||2||$450.75|
|MTEC 212||Music Sequencing and DAW||2||$450.75|
|MTEC 214||Virtual & Software Instruments||2||$450.75|
|MTEC 220||Music Recording: Fundamentals||2||$450.75|
|MTEC 222||Digital Audio Mixing & Editing||2||$450.75|
|MTEC 224||Introduction to Computer Music||2||$360.60|
|Two of||MTEC 100||Intro to Music Technologies||3||$539.40|
|MTEC 110||Internet Applications for Musicians||2||$450.75|
|MTEC 290||Media Composition Workshop||2||$1,519.88|
|MUSC 276||The Music Profession||2||$360.60|
Note Tuition costs for the current academic year listed above are for domestic students and do not include any additional fees. See the What it Costs page for details.