Jan 25, 2020
About the Program
The Audio Engineering Technology major is part of the Electrical Engineering Technology program. The Electrical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
When you major in audio engineering technology at Purdue University, you’ll learn to create sound by building a guitar or a pick-up. You will focus on designing, building, and testing a variety of technologies, such as microphone amplifiers, mixers and other signal processors, Bluetooth and other radio frequency channels, power amplifiers, and loud speakers. Then you will combine these audio elements to properly record, play, and reinforce sound in a public performance space.
Audio Engineering Technology Website
120 Credits Required
Departmental/Program Major Courses (55 credits)
Required Major Courses (55 credits)
Other Departmental/Program Course Requirements (62 credits)
Electives + (3 credits)
Any non-remedial course.
University Core Requirements
- Human Cultures Humanities
- Human Cultures Behavioral/Social Science
- Information Literacy
- Science #1
- Science #2
- Science, Technology, and Society
- Written Communication
- Oral Communication
- Quantitative Reasoning
For a complete listing of course selectives, visit the Provost’s Website.
For current pre-requisites for courses, click here.
- Human Cultures Behavioral/Social Science for University Core may be selected to satisfy either the Business Selective or a General Education Selective requirement.
- Students must earn a “D-” or better in all courses.
- Courses at Purdue University may only be attempted a maximum of three (3) times, including W, WF, I, IF and all graded attempts.
- Senior Capstone Selective I/II and 12 hours of ECET Selectives must be taken at the Purdue University location conferring the degree.
- 32 credit hours of 300-level or higher courses must be completed at Purdue University.
- Intercultural Requirement (ungraded) must be completed.
- Professional Requirement (ungraded) must be completed.
- + The options for this selective include at least one course that will also satisfy Cornerstone Certificate requirements.
The ♦ course is considered critical.
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