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Andreas Häberlin, Ed.D.

Andreas Häberlin
Adjunct Faculty


  • Ed.D. Leadership and Innovation, Specialization in Digital Instruction and Distance Learning, St. Thomas University
  • M.M. in Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games, Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus
  • B.A. in Music, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
  • B.A. in Composition and Music Theory, Zurich University of the Arts


Dr. Andreas Häberlin is an adjunct music instructor at Nova Southeastern University. He holds an Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation from St. Thomas University, and a M.M. in Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games from Berklee College of Music. As a music transcriptionist and orchestrator, Häberlin frequently works for household names across the music industry. Recent industry credits include projects featuring David Foster, Barbra Streisand, Michael Bublé, Snarky Puppy, Michael Bearden, Idina Menzel, and John Powell. Further projects include sound design for the music tech companies InMusic, Lunacy Audio and Waves Audio. Häberlin also works as a pianist and music director for local musical productions. Finally, Häberlin's research interests include instructional design in distance education and human music information retrieval.




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