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Content. Connection. Creativity. Community. Continuation.

We offer a distinctive curriculum that focuses on providing aspiring musicians with the tools to advance their musicality through creative opportunities. Connecting that content to real world scenarios, while serving as a community source for cultural and educational events. Encouraged by its excellent faculty, students are given ample opportunities in their chosen field of study for growth and development. Central to its faculty philosophy is mentoring and guiding students to professional success as they continue to their post university life.

Program Options

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music
  • Minor in Music
  • Fast-track Music-MBA
  • Fast-track Music-Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology

The goal for every music major is to train the musician first and foremost. To that end, all music majors take a core set of courses that focus on enhancing each students’ musicianship. These courses are separated into these categories:

  • Music Theory
  • Music History
  • Applied Lessons
  • Piano
  • Ensembles

In addition to core courses, each music major chooses one of three tracks:

  • Music Education
  • Audio Video Recording
  • Liberal Arts

The Liberal Arts track can focus on performance, composition, or music history, for example, according to the student’s main musical interest. Each student chooses one primary instrument for applied lessons. Options include: voice, piano, guitar, percussion, violin, viola, cello, double-bass, trumpet, horn, trombone, baritone/euphonium, tuba, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, or percussion.

Department Contacts

Stephen Clickard

Stephen Clickard, D.M.A.

  • Chair of the Department of Music, Professor, Director of the Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, and Jazz Ensemble