The bachelor of arts in music is an intensive program that prepares students for various careers in the musical field. Students can either pursue careers as performers, composers, private studio teachers, or professional church musicians, but also have the schedule flexibility to enroll in classes that would prepare them for careers in related fields such as music business and music/art administration
As a music major, you will take classes such as:
- Music Theory
- Music Composition
- History of Music
- Voice, Piano, or Brass
- Form & Analysis
- Composition - Students who wish to pursue songwriting or composing may choose this concentration, which emphasizes music theory, history, and forms.
- Performance - Students who wish to pursue musical performance may choose this concentration, which emphasizes piano, brass, and voice performances.
- Small Classes - most are under 20 students
- Transfer-Friendly University - apply your community college courses toward a bachelor's degree
- Personalized Advising - Faculty work with you one-on-one to schedule classes that meet your career goals