The Liberal Arts Music concentration provides a broad basis from which a student may pursue graduate studies or a variety of careers. The concentration is a combination of work in theory, musicianship, historical surveys and seminars and a variety of performance options. It is ideal for the student who is considering graduate work in music or for one who simply wants a strong foundation in the materials of music. The Bachelor of Arts in Music, Liberal Arts Concentration allows true breadth in the degree, the opportunity to pursue a minor or second major and align to the philosophy and description of the B.A. in Music, Liberal Arts as set forth by National Association of Schools of Music.
|General Education (50 units, 12 in major)||38|
|Preparatory and or/general electives||7|
|Total units needed for graduation||120|
*Students may include 8-10 units of music coursework, both performance and non-performance (Private Instruction, Repertory Class, additional ensembles, etc.) from the 21 units of university electives.
Dr. Brian Wilson
Dr. John Palmer