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University Transfer Program
60 – 70 transferable units
California State University
University of California
Independent Colleges and Universities
The Electronic Music major combines the areas of music, electronics and computer science, with a primary emphasis on music. The Electronic Music major is designed for students who intend to transfer to baccalaureate institutions; however, upon completion of the Associate degree in this discipline, many individuals start their own electronic music studios, where they record music for videos, films, or individual artists, as well as compose their own music on electronic instruments. Completion of a Bachelor's degree in Electronic Music expands career opportunities to include performer, producer, recording engineer, and sound engineer. Software companies also hire Electronic Music graduates to develop and test new electronic equipment ranging from synthesizers to software packages.
|Required Selective Courses: 4 units from the following courses:||Units|
|MUS. 111 *||Musicianship I||1 unit|
|MUS. 131 *||Harmony I||3 units|
|MUS. 112||Musicianship II||1 unit|
|MUS. 132||Harmony II||3 units|
|MUS. 113||Musicianship III||1 unit|
|MUS. 133||Harmony III||3 units|
|MUS. 114||Musicianship IV||1 unit|
|MUS. 134||Harmony IV||3 units|
|Additional Recommended Courses:||Units|
|MUS. 296||Electronic Music Composition Portfolio I||1.5 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.