Associate in Science
The Electronic Music option within the Music Technology program at County College of Morris (CCM) introduces students to the history, equipment and technologies of composing, arranging and performing music using current state of the art technology. This degree is considered a starting point for careers in music composition, film scoring, arranging, scoring for games and multimedia.
At CCM, our Electronic Music program provides an ideal foundation for transfer to four-year colleges and universities in a wide variety of majors including Music Composition and Theory, Film Scoring, Electronic Music, and Music for Multimedia.
Students enrolled in the Electronic Music program have access to state-of-the-art technology. The Music Technology Center has cutting-edge equipment, two recording studios, an electronic music lab and a piano lab. Class sizes are small. The music faculty at CCM has a long list of accomplishments and publications in the field.
Students learn theory and have hands-on experience with analog and digital technology, MIDI and digital recording. Students also use computer technology to create electronic music and learn techniques and applications of software programs dealing with music recording, notation, sound editors and sound libraries.
- Film Scoring
- Music Composition
- Scoring for Games
Where You Can Go
After receiving the Associate in Arts degree, students in the Electronic Music program generally transfer to earn a bachelorâ€™s degree. CCM has transfer agreements with the following institutions:
- Ramapo University
- Rider University
- Rutgers University
Students in the program have also transferred to the following schools:
- Berklee College of Music
- Montclair State University
- William Paterson University
- New York University
- Jersey City University
- Kean University
- Eastman School of Music
Music, Performing Arts and Music Technologies Department
Music Technology Center
Professor Marielaine R. Mammon, Chairperson