2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog - Belmont University

Audio Engineering Technology - (B.A. or B.S.)

Audio Engineering Technology (AET)
The AET program is designed to study, investigate, and contribute to the art, science, and practical application of audio engineering.  Students of the AET program complete the B.S. or B.A. curriculum with a major in audio engineering technology and a minor in a career related discipline.

Major in Audio Engineering Technology (AET) Hours
General Education Core Requirements, B.A./B.S. 59-63/59-66
Gen. Ed. Technical Requirements (hours are counted in Gen Ed.)    
PHY 1140, Introduction to Physics I (4)    
MTH 1130, Precalculus Mathematics (4)    
MDS 1500, Mass Media and Society (3)    
Major Requirements   44
MBU 1110, Survey of Music Business 3  
PHY 2010, Physics for Audio Engineering 4  
AET 1380, Survey of Recording Technology 3  
PHY 2250, Electronics and Circuit Theory 4  
AET 2090, Audio Engineering I or
AET 2560, Sound Reinforcement
MBU 4000, Seminar (required every semester w/full-time status) 0  
AET 4230, Auditory Perception, and Hearing Science 3  
AET 4015, Senior Practicum Capstone 3  
Choose at least 9 hours from: 9  
AET 2090, Audio Engineering I
AET 3190, Audio Engineering II
AET 3260, Studio Maintenance and Electronics
AET 2370, Studio Production
AET 3270, Studio Maintenance and Electronics II
AET 2560, Sound Reinforcement
Choose at least 9 hours from: 9  
AET 4190, Recording Techniques
AET 4380, The Recording Engineer
AET 4400, Post Production Techniques
AET 4560, Advanced Sound Reinforcement
AET 4580, Live Recording Techniques
AET 4590, Tour Production
Major Electives and/or AET Internship   3-10
Minor requirements   18
Total   128