Music degrees - results 21-30 of 4177

  1. Music

    Principia College - Elsah, IL

    • Minor

    The Music Department provides majors and non-majors with a broad introduction to music through performance, history, and theory. The goals of the music program are to

  2. Music

    Laramie County Community College - Cheyenne, WY

    • AA

    are available to the non-music major. Students can study and experience music of virtually any style, from Western European art music to jazz or ethnic music. Private music lessons (applied music) are required of all music majors. Registration for ensemble requirements should be in consultation with a music advisor

  3. Music

    Bethel University - Saint Paul, MN

    • BA

    B.A. in Music The Music major is designed to provide students with the flexibility to study music while pursuing studies in another field

  4. Music

    Northwestern Michigan College - Traverse City, MI

    • AS

    many ways. The study of music offers a vast variety of career options including: Music Education - Early Childhood Music, School Music Educator, Music Supervisor, Music Professor, University Music School Administrator, Studio Teacher; Instrumental Music - Armed Forces Musician, Orchestra Musician, Concert Soloist, Rock or Jazz Band Musician, Music Clinician; Vocal Performance - Dance Band

  5. Music

    Canisius College - Buffalo, NY

    • BA

    Canisius music graduates are prepared for various music-related careers and graduate studies. Courses are designed for students with diverse music backgrounds and all levels of experience. The program introduces students to the literature, theory and technology of music

  6. Music

    Bryan College-Dayton - Dayton, TN

    • BA

    The Department of Music provides professional preparation for students seeking careers in music or music-related vocations and offers instruction for students seeking life-long learning experiences in music

  7. Music

    CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice - New York, NY

    • MInor

    with two areas of concentration, Music History/Comparative Music, or Composition/Technology/Theory. Through the study of Western art, music and comparative music studies such as Caribbean music, world music, and pop, rock and jazz, the student examines and contextualizes the art form. The study of voice, piano, songwriting, composition, and music technology encourages

  8. Music

    John Wood Community College - Quincy, IL

    • AA

    background for students majoring in music, preparing them for advanced study in the field of music education, music theory, music history, music literature or applied music. In addition, the selected programs of study are designed to provide for all students the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and appreciation of music

  9. Music

    Metropolitan Community College-Blue River - Independence, MO

    • AA

    career for those who study music, there are many other musical career opportunities: Teacher Music therapist Developer of soundtracks for TV, radio, video games Music librarian Audio engineer Music arranger Music composer Conductor Film scorer

  10. Music

    Estrella Mountain Community College - Avondale, AZ

    • Associate

    As such, the study of music fosters an understanding of global perspectives and historical events in students. As students study music theory, music history, music education or applied music for performance they broaden both their appreciation and understanding of diverse cultures, history and the progress of the human spirit