In order to complete a minor in music technology, a student will:
Learn to read music, and acquire fundamental listening and sight-reading skills.
Learn the basic principles of music theory (either Western or Arab).
Acquire some fluency at playing piano, and at using the keyboard as a tool for music data entry; more advanced students may present a part of a solo recital, in piano or another instrument, with permission of their teacher.
Learn the fundamental techniques of recording, editing, mixing, and mastering.
Acquire an intermediate knowledge of Protools and editing software.
Acquire an intermediate understanding of MIDI.
This will require the student to complete 18 credit hours of instruction, normally including the following: