The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Creative Music Technology is designed for students who wish to advance their studies in the recording arts, electronic and computer music, and emerging intermedia art forms. Graduates of the program typically plan to pursue careers as producers, recording engineers, audio technologists, educators, or contemporary artists.
Ramapo College offers Music students the ability to begin their MFA as undergraduates. This accelerates their graduate education and allows them to complete the MFA in one additional year and one summer beyond their 4-year Bachelor’s degree. Two graduate courses may be taken in the senior year at the substantially lower undergraduate tuition rate. These credits will double count toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees. Students interested in enrolling in the 4+1 track to the MFA should contact their undergraduate advisor, and the MFA Program Director, Ben Neill.