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​The Music Technology AS degree consists of 64 credits and can be completed in two years. The accompanying Music Production Technology certificate is 15 credits and is part of the AS degree. Courses are focused on the following elements of the music production industry:
  • Technical and production skills
  • Audio equipment set up and operation
  • Underlying principles of music technology
Labs are an important part of the music program, providing the hands-on training you need to compete in the job market. You will have the opportunity to:
  • Use multi-track recording systems
  • Use the latest software programs that interface with these systems
  • Access industry-standard audio systems
  • Train on sound mixing devices and peripheral equipment
Classes are conveniently offered in the day or evening, with online course options as well. Class sizes are small and internships are available.

​Our programs are taught by music industry professionals who know the ins and outs of the business, and will teach you the practical core skills that will enable you to smoothly transition to a rewarding career in today’s music production industry.

​Broward College is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) to award an associate’s degree in Music Technology.

​Part of the experience of music production is being able to go out on the field and apply what you have learned in the classroom. Broward College’s Music Technology program partners with local industry leaders and companies so you can get firsthand knowledge of life as a music producer and technician. We offer internships with the opportunity to work under the supervision of skilled music industry professionals to all students enrolled in the program.

​Were you one of the first to graduate from BC’s new Music Technology Program? Help us fine-tune our program by giving us your feedback! Contact the Program Manager, Fernando Ulibarri via email or by dialing 954-201-6363 to see how you can contribute to our program. We also recommend that you join the Alumni & Friends Association for networking events and exclusive perks and benefits only offered to alumni.


What software will I learn?

Do I have to play an instrument?

What jobs are available to me upon graduation?
The Music Technology degree program prepares you for employment as an audio technician, live sound reinforcement technician (theatre sound) and music producer.
Career opportunities abound for sound, recording, or music technicians in recording studios, performance venues, marketing firms, film and music production facilities, and television and radio production studios.

What facilities are available at Broward College?

​For additional information, please contact the Program Advisor, or the Visual & Performing Arts Department, or the Program Manager:

Ian Ferguson
Music Technology Program Advisor
Central Campus
Building 9, Room 126
954-201-6710 (appointment line)
954-201-6242 (direct line)

Katrina Cosme
Visual & Performing Arts Executive Assistant
Central Campus
Building 4, Room 131

Fernando Ulibarri
Music Technology Program Manager
Central Campus
Building 4, Room 138

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