Graduate Program Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of the Masters Program in Digital Musics students will be able to:
- Critically analyze contemporary music, multimedia art, and digital music performance. [MUS 101]
- Compose new works in digital media using cutting-edge methods, such as computer synthesis. [MUS 104]
- Critically evaluate new research in computer music systems, user interaction design, and interface technologies [MUS 102-105]
- Synthesize expertise in two or more concentration areas: contemporary music composition and performance, musical instrument design and fabrication, film and animation, electronics, computing, psychology, neuroscience, health and medicine. [THESIS]
- Synthesize new ideas and express them to academic publishing standards at conferences, in journals, or other forums. [MUS 101-103, 137-139]
- Work collaboratively in a group consisting of multiple experts toward common goals. [MUS50, 104].