The B.A. in Music will provide a solid foundation in post-secondary musicianship, including intensive study in music theory, aural skills, instrumental skills, and music history. Multiple career paths in music are accessible following the completion of the Music major, including music business, marketing, arts management, entertainment, pedagogy, and arts-based non-profit human service opportunities. Students will be prepared to continue with graduate studies in music with a professional emphasis including musicology, ethnomusicology, music theorist, and music composition. Students will be enabled to study music while preparing for careers in other areas including professions that are credentialed at the graduate level such as law, medical sciences, public or private sector administration, higher education, or human services associated with various types of therapy (speech, occupational, and physical therapy), as well as counseling and clinical psychology.
In addition to the program requirements, students must complete the following: