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Physics and Music with Concentration in Music Technology, BS

The Physics/Music Technology combined major is an interdisciplinary program in which students are encouraged to explore connections between Music and Physics.

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The combined major in physics and music provides a strong foundation in classical and modern physics, including studies of the various physical phenomena including electromagnetism, dynamics, building blocks of matter, energy, and radiation. It also provides students with a solid background in composition for acoustic and electronic instruments and for combined and/or interactive live and digital sources. The combined major allows students to learn how physical principles influence sound production and propagation.

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Interests of Physics and Music with Concentration in Music Technology, BS Students

  • music
  • music technology
  • physics
  • technology

Program Coordinators:

Ronald Bruce Smith

Associate Professor; Coordinator B.S. in Music Technology

ro.smith@northeastern.edu
617-373-3845

Department Chair:

Daniel Strong Godfrey

Department Chair, Professor

d.godfrey@northeastern.edu
617-373-6352

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