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Music - A.B.

About this Degree

The Bachelor of Arts in Music offers students a versatile liberal arts education within the context of musical training. The flexible structure of this degree plan fosters intellectual engagement with many disciplines. As such, it is particularly well suited for musically talented students who have additional academic interests and/or desire a flexible career trajectory, making this degree a perfect candidate for those interested in obtaining a double major from our university.

Students holding a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Music are prepared to enter a variety of fields. The degree provides a foundation for such professional pursuits as studio teaching, music business, arts administration, performance, and church music. Students are also prepared for graduate study in music or other disciplines that accept a general liberal arts degree for entry. Students holding this degree have successfully pursued graduate study in the fields of law, medicine, business, computer science, and others.

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  • Athens Christian School
  • Bibb County Schools
  • Calquitt County Schools
  • Entertainment Companies
  • Festival Organizations
  • Forsyth County Schools
  • Fulton County Schools
  • Gwinnett County Schools
  • Jones County Broad of Education
  • Madison County Schools
  • Orchestras and Bands
  • Rental Property Sites
  • Media Firms
  • Osborne Middle School
  • Rock & Roll Industry
  • Music and Film Studios
  • Performing Arts Centers
  • The Atlanta Opera
  • Music and Video Stores
  • Piano Tuning Companies
  • The University of Georgia
  • Music Industry Associations
  • Production Companies
  • University of South Dakota
  • Music Therapy Centers
  • Public Relations
  • Washington County Schools
  • Newton County School System
  • Publishing Firms
  • Young Life Organization

General Research Information:

Areas include: Classical, Romantic, 20th-century music, popular music, film music, music history pedagogies, music and religion, and gender studies, as well as regional geographic specializations in North America, Russia, Africa, and Latin America.


National Association of Schools of Music

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