Music tech encompassed programming and machine-building as well as production and live sound, so it did teach some potentially useful information rather than just "oh this is how you EQ". We learned Max and Reaktor, as well as how to basically build robots and control them using languages like Processing and ChucK.
Of course I wasn't as adept at programming so learning this skill was quite useless in my professional career, except when it comes to using programming languages in other ways like website building etc.
Just graduated in May, went from 2008-15 (BFA and MFA)
My friend Maggie Baron goes to Mills right now. That name ring a bell?