School of Performing ArtsMusic Technology

Recording studio with students
Recording Studio

Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Arts in Music TechnologyCurriculum

Both degree options include ensemble opportunities varying in size and scope as well as instruction in standard music core subjects such as music theory, aural skills, and music history.  

Students work in the recording studio on an Avid S4 as well as record in performing spaces including Terry Concert Hall, Swisher Theater, and Phillips Black Box.  The in-house record label, Dolphinium Records, provides real-world experience in record and EP production.

Sample Courses

  • Music and Intellectual Property Law 
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Music Production and Songwriting 
  • Acoustics and Recording Techniques
  • Commercial Arranging
  • Commercial Production

Admissions Requirements

Music Technology majors are required to audition to determine entrance into any degree program or minor in Music and to determine talent scholarship awards for qualified students. During this process, students will have the opportunity to showcase their talents and to experience firsthand JU’s performance and art facilities. For more information on the audition requirements, visit

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