The Department of Music is proud to offer an individualized education focusing on undergraduate opportunities and success.
We offer one general and four professional undergraduate programs leading to a baccalaureate degree in music. We also offer two minors that focus on general music, and arts innovation.
- Bachelor of Arts in Music
- Bachelor of Music in Performance
- Bachelor of Music in Composition
- Bachelor of Music in Music Education P-12
- Bachelor of Music in History & Literature
- Minor in Music
- AECI- Arts Enterprise and Cultural Innovation
For up to date curriculum information, please visit the university catalog.
The Department of Music also offers many Ensemble Opportunities for both Music majors and non-majors.
To become a music major or minor students must complete an entrance audition on their primary instrument or voice. Please visit our auditions page for further information regarding requirements and dates! Once admitted, students should attend summerstart, fall advising or transitions (transfer students only) where they will receive advising and register for classes.
If you have scored a 4 or 5 on the AP theory exam, or completed college courses in music theory, aural skills (ear training) and piano, you will be given a placement exam to determine your entry level for these subjects. These placement exams will take place in fall quarter before school begins.
Due to the sequential nature of our curriculum and studio availability, mid-year applicants are not recommended. However, if you qualify to take the placement exam, you may be able to start our core classes out of sequence. If you are considering an mid-year application, please reach out to our program coordinator Lee Anne Frahn.