The Bachelor of Arts in Music offers students a liberal arts education with a concentration in music. Graduates of the program will have a comprehensive background in core musicianship and performance requirements in addition to a minor in an outside field suited to each student’s career goals. Students will consult with a student success coach to choose the minor and concentration in music that is most appropriate. This degree allows students to craft a degree that is suited to their needs while allowing them the flexibility to pursue a wide range of interests in order to craft an individualized educational experience.
Students must complete a minimum of 120 Hours to obtain the Bachelor of Arts in Music or 121 Hours for the Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology, including the General Education program.
Note: Please refer to the vertical curriculum for additional course requirements for each degree.
The vertical curriculum for the Bachelor of Arts in Music Education is listed under the School of Education. All requirements and policies are discussed in greater detail in the Department of Music Student Handbook.
All degree programs in music require completion of the following core courses with a minimum grade of “C”:
**All students are expected to complete 3 hours of small ensemble and 4 hours of large ensemble. See Success Coach for further details.
* Based on your placement testing scores, these courses may require prerequisites which may extend the number of semesters needed to complete degree requirements. These prerequisites do not count towards the degree for graduation.