Minor in Musical Science and Technology
The Musical Science and Technology Minor focuses on interdisciplinary topics in science and technology applied to music. The goal of the program is to help prepare students for commercial jobs in the audio technology sector and/or for subsequent graduate research study. The MST Minor is designed to serve students who already have a good background in the sciences and prior experience with math and computer science courses.
Engineering students may apply for admission to the Minor in Musical Science and Technology. Detailed information on this program can be found in Programs, Courses and University Regulations > Faculties & Schools > Schulich School of Music > Undergraduate > Programs of study > Department of Music Research: Composition; Music Education; Music History; Theory; Faculty Program > Minor Musical Science and Technology (18 credits). Enrolment in Music Technology programs is highly restricted.
Application forms will be available from the Department of Music Research (research [dot] music [at] mcgill [dot] ca; Room A726C) in the Schulich School of Music from February 1, and must be completed and returned to the Department of Music Research by June 1. Late applications will not be accepted and no students will be admitted to the Minor in January. Successful applicants will be notified by June 20. Registration will be limited to available lab space.
For further information about this Minor, call 514-398-4540 or email research [dot] music [at] mcgill [dot] ca. Further information on this program is also available on the Music Technology website at www.music.mcgill.ca/musictech/programmes_and_admissions.
Minor Adviser: Prof. Ichiro Fujinaga (Area Chair for the Music Technology program); email: ichiro [dot] fujinaga [at] mcgill [dot] ca