This degree teaches performance skills and provides knowledge for careers requiring general musicianship.
The Music Department is committed to training a versatile, competitive, and marketable student via a renowned faculty and advanced curriculum. Students will have the opportunity to observe and participate in all facets of the music industry; from studio recording to performing in Broadway musicals; from private lesson teaching to professional orchestra rehearsals. The Department of Music is focused on helping the student be able to make a more educated decision about career goals upon graduation.
We strive to help our students become more competitive, marketable and versatile. We offer two concentrations: Music Education and Music Pedagogy
Our department is committed to developing complete musicians who will be prepared to make an educated decision about a career in the music industry. We do this through on and off campus performance opportunities and state-of-the-art technology integrated into both theoretical and applied studies.
Our Music Education program prepares the student to be a productive and competitive music educator. When course work is completed, a provisional multi-age license (ages 3 through 21) is available through the Education Department. This certifies graduates to teach in private, parochial and public schools.
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Adjunct Instructor of Orchestra
Adjunct Instructor of Flute
Yuking Chou Brandenburgh
Adjunct Instructor of Piano
Adjunct Instructor of Trumpet
Adjunct Instructor of Percussion
Dr. Alice Ann O’Neill
Adjunct Instructor of Cello
Adjunct Instructor of Voice
Director of Choirs
Adjunct Instructor of Bassoon
Adjunct Instructor of Organ
Instructor of Contemporary Guitar