The BA in Music & Computing provides general courses from both music composition and computer science including fundamental music theory, music composition techniques, form and analysis, instrumentation and orchestration, electro-acoustic music, mathematics, database systems, operating systems, software engineering, algorithmic design, and programming languages. Students will complete this degree with the Capstone Project that showcases a creative application using music and computer programming. The degree entails general studies (40 credit hours), music composition (40 credits) and computer science (41 credits). The necessary private lessons will be taught by CCPA’s KYONG眉彩, 斯图尔特Folse and 达伦·哈根; other music courses by the core Music Conservatory faculty; and computer science courses will be taught by CAS’s 梦雨, 亚历克斯·沃伯特, 叶夫根尼·dantsin and 射线赖特. Music Software Developer, Recording and Computer Music Programmer.
Roosevelt's Music & Computing program is located in 芝加哥, a city that offers a vibrant culture for music, art, and the software industry.
Including music composition in the Music & Computing curriculum ensures that students receive personal attention in their technical and creative development. Students learn to hone their musical voices with a conservatory setting while their technical skills and knowledge evolve. Opportunities exist to work with performers and to hear live performances of their compositions.
Studying Music & Computing at Roosevelt ensures the combination of the disciplines of composition and computer science in a self-designed final project supported by faculty in both areas.