Bachelor of Arts in Music
The Bachelor of Arts in Music curriculum is a unique combination of a music-intensive training program and a traditional broad-based liberal arts education. Music is at the heart of the program, with courses in applied lessons, ensemble participation, music history, music theory, aural skills, conducting and upper division courses in music. The General Education Core curriculum, foreign language study, and courses to complete a minor in a separate area complete the degree requirements. The degree is tailored for undergraduate students who intend to prepare for careers in music other than performance or teaching and for students who exhibit talent and affinity for music, but who want to pursue careers in other fields. Many students choose this degree track to combine with a dual degree in another field.
Entrance into this program is granted upon a successful audition.
The curriculum guides are for informational purposes only, and while deemed accurate, are unofficial. Students should consult College advisors for official curricular information.
Last Updated: October 20, 2015