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Academics:
The School and Center Work Hand in Hand

Academics: The School and Center Work Hand in Hand

At the core of the School of Music’s master’s and doctoral programs in music technology is the integration of the School’s pedagogy with the research conducted at the Center for Music Technology.

Students in the graduate programs work in close collaboration with Center’s faculty and staff. Master’s students team with faculty on collaborative research projects and on their own M.S. project or thesis. Students in the Ph.D. program pursue individualized research in close collaboration with faculty.

Moreover, the new Bachelor of Science in Music Technology program and the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) program provide research opportunities at GTCMT for undergraduate students, who can work with grad students and faculty on collaborative research projects.

Seminars

The Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology Seminar Series features both invited speakers as well as student project presentations. The seminars are on Mondays from 1:55-2:45 p.m. in the West Village Dining Commons, Room 175, on Georgia Tech's campus and are open to the public. 

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