Bachelor of Science Degrees in Performing Arts

Compare 13 BSc Degrees in Performing Arts

Performing Arts

By earning a bachelor's degree or higher education, an individual may increase his or her chances of finding a successful job. A Bachelor of Science (BSc) is the study of a science-related subject. Usually earned from a college or university, this undergraduate study can be completed in approximately three to five years, depending on the field of study and institution.

What is a BSc in Performing Arts? This multifaceted program studies theatre, performance, design and technology. Students can learn about stagecraft and screenplays, both in front and behind the curtain. Courses may cover areas in critique, technology, theatrical history, dramatic literature, performance studies and production.

Students who choose to pursue a BSc in performing arts can benefit from learning skills in both theatrics and production of theatre. Individuals can learn to express themselves artistically and logically. Upon completion of the program, students can also be well prepared for graduate studies or a career in professional theatre.

Each program will vary depending on the institution. Course fees are affected by the country where the school is located, field of study and the length of the program. Interested individuals are encouraged to contact the admissions office of the institution directly to find out more information.

Individuals who dream of the excitement and glamour of center stage may find success in making their dream a reality by completing their bachelor's degree. Whether their dream is to pursue a higher education or find work in theatre, a BSc can help hone their performance skills. Some possible career options include becoming an actor, costume designer, director, lighting designer, drama teacher, technical director, costume technician, scenic painter or carpenter, or stage manager.

Many institutions offer online classes and distance learning modules to benefit students who live remotely around the globe. Part-time and full-time classes are also offered to provide more schedule flexibility. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

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Bachelor of Science in Show Production

Full Sail University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Winter Park

There are people who love standing in the audience during a live show, gig, or convention; and then there are those who get a rush from making it all happen backstage. If you’ve found yourself paying [+]

BScs in Performing Arts. There are people who love standing in the audience during a live show, gig, or convention; and then there are those who get a rush from making it all happen backstage. If you’ve found yourself paying just as much attention to a band’s light show as you have their music, you’re probably one of those people. Every successful live event relies on a team of hard working, technically skilled professionals working behind the scenes to make sure it’s a success. The career opportunities in the world of live events extend beyond just the arena rock show; environments from corporate conventions to theme parks all utilize a combination of sound, lighting, and video equipment to put on a performance, event, or presentation. We think the best way to learn how a show is run is to get your feet wet in a real-world environment; that’s why Full Sail’s Show Production degree program is designed to give you a hands-on education to prepare you to work in any of these live settings. Operating at the front-of-house console, you’ll mix the on-stage sound for live bands in one of our state-of-the-art live venue facilities. Our Show Production degree program will also show you how to design and program lighting systems (and learn what to do when something goes wrong). You’ll also study how to design and install the proper audio and visual components to any room you may encounter, from a stadium to a classroom. The degree also includes concert media design, as you’ll design, engineer, and manage a full-scale multimedia concert in Full Sail Live, our state-of-the-art performance hall. The work that you’ll do in the Show Production degree program is as close to professional live production as you can get while still in school. As you work with fellow students and instructors who all share your passion for live event production, you’ll develop the technical skills you’ll need to launch a career in this industry and transform a night (or day) at a show, gig, or convention into an unforgettable experience. [-]

Commercial Music BA Honours

University of Westminster - Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
Campus Full time 3 years United Kingdom London

The Commercial Music degree has been designed both to reflect the changing demands of global music industries, and to produce graduates who can shape those industries going forward. The degree offers you the opportunity to learn, practice and experiment with the artistic and business strategies in today’s music industry. [+]

The Commercial Music degree has been designed both to reflect the changing demands of global music industries, and to produce graduates who can shape those industries going forward. The degree offers you the opportunity to learn, practice and experiment with the artistic and business strategies in today’s music industry. The development and delivery of the course is guided by advice from leading music industry figures, and draws on producers, musicians and business people for its teaching staff. The University of Westminster has a strong reputation and links with leading popular music centres around the world, and the amazing success of our staff and alumni networks remains one of the core strengths in our provision of opportunities for our graduates. The course prepares you to take on leading roles in the development of the music industries, and encourages you to focus all your energies into understanding the music industries from every angle, maximising your career potential. It also equips you with the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development. Course content Our music courses are based at our state-of-the-art Harrow Campus, one of the main media education campuses in Europe, where facilities include 12 professional recording studios, a new teaching recording studio, and an array of television, post-production, radio, film, video and multimedia facilities. Since its inception in 1993, the course has developed with engagement and input from industry, and our main aims are to nurture your practical and theoretical understanding of the business of commercial music, prepare you for entrepreneurial participation in commercial music markets at home and abroad, and develop your ability to use production processes to create musical works. We will develop your critical understanding of the relationships between the music industry and the broader social and cultural environment, and encourage you to be an agent of change in the creative industry and society. Learning and teaching is delivered in a variety of ways: as well as set-piece lectures, we make innovative use of technology and blended learning through blogs, discussion boards, skype-based tutorials, online tests, and student-generated conferences. Assessments are equally wide ranging, and may include live debates, reflective journals, rough mixes, public rehearsals and comprehension exercises. Subjects of study The following subjects are indicative of what you will study on this course. For more details on course structure and modules, and how you will be taught and assessed, see the full course document. Year 1 (Credit Level 4) Subjects of study include: Business Negotiation Composing for Musicians Creative Vision and Local Markets Live Technologies Music Business Performance and Stagecraft Production Techniques – Development Reading Audiences Year 2 (Credit Level 5) Subjects of study include: Conference Paper Creative Synthesis and Sound Designs Creative Vision and Global Markets Music Business Game Musicpreneurship Performing Identity Production Techniques – Specialisation Year 3 (Credit Level 6) Subjects of study include: Bridging Into Work Final Major Project Producing Content to a Brief Publishing Research Pushing Musical Boundaries Westminster electives As part of your course you can take elective modules. Electives are an exciting opportunity to widen your experience at university and to gain skills and knowledge that will help make you more employable. [-]

BS MUSIC WITH A WORSHIP ARTS CONCENTRATION OUTCOME GOALS

Toccoa Falls College
Campus Full time 126 hours September 2017 USA Toccoa Falls

The Music major with a Worship Arts Concentration is designed to prepare students for careers in the area of church music ministries. The courses within the concentration focus especially on new and current trends and methodologies in contemporary Christian praise and worship leadership. Skills are developed through contemporary instrumental methods courses and participation in contemporary music ensembles. [+]

BScs in Performing Arts. The Music major with a Worship Arts Concentration is designed to prepare students for careers in the area of church music ministries. The courses within the concentration focus especially on new and current trends and methodologies in contemporary Christian praise and worship leadership. Skills are developed through contemporary instrumental methods courses and participation in contemporary music ensembles. The learning objectives for this program include the following: Gaining factual knowledge in the areas of music history repertory and music theory (IDEA 1) Developing skills, competencies, and points of view needed by professionals—in the areas of Aural Skills, analysis, technology, piano/keyboard, composition, improvisation, performance and skills needed for leadership positions in contemporary Christian music and worship ministries (IDEA 4) Gaining a broad understanding, appreciation or intellectual/cultural activity—The successful student will demonstrate the ability to synthesize knowledge in the area of general music and an increased understanding and appreciation for various forms and styles of music (IDEA 7) Developing a clearer understanding of, and commitment to, personal Biblical values reflecting God’s call on his or her life for service in a general music-related career (IDEA 10) [-]

Bachelor of Science in Music Production

Full Sail University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Winter Park

As a student in the program, you’ll develop an understanding of contemporary music hardware and software technology by creating your own songs, scores, and soundtracks. You’ll also get a solid grounding in music theory, history, and composition. [+]

Musicians have long played an important role within multiple facets of the entertainment industry, using music to help enrich television, film, radio, video games, live events, and more. The demand for creative, technologically savvy composers is greater than ever, and thanks to advances in home recording, the soundtrack to our lives can be created virtually anywhere in the world. Full Sail University’s Music Production Bachelor of Science degree is designed to equip these musicians and composers with music production skills that are essential for success in today’s modern marketplace. As a student in the program, you’ll develop an understanding of contemporary music hardware and software technology by creating your own songs, scores, and soundtracks. You’ll also get a solid grounding in music theory, history, and composition. Of course, in order to build a solid career you’ll have to know how to sell your work and abilities to potential clients. That’s why the MPBS program also provides you with a thorough knowledge of music marketing and business concepts to help you flourish as a working professional in the entertainment industry. Upon graduation, you’ll enter the job market with an online personal portfolio of professional quality music projects produced throughout the degree program. Areas of Focus Music Theory Composition Engineering Marketing [-]

Bachelor of Science in Recording Arts

Full Sail University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Winter Park

In our Recording Arts degree, you’ll get the opportunity to experience the different facets of the industry, as you develop the skills you need to get your hands on the controls in one of our several state-of-the-art recording facilities. [+]

BScs in Performing Arts. Since 1979, Full Sail University has helped students launch successful careers in the world of recording arts. And over the years, we’ve gained a profound understanding of the professional opportunities that this industry has to offer. It’s not just about recording a band in the studio anymore – audio and sound play a crucial role in every facet of the entertainment industry. Since the career paths in sound and audio engineering aren’t limited to just one thing, we don’t believe your education should be, either. In our Recording Arts degree, you’ll get the opportunity to experience the different facets of the industry, as you develop the skills you need to get your hands on the controls in one of our several state-of-the-art recording facilities. You’ll learn microphone placement as you engineer actual recording sessions with artists. You’ll sharpen your editing skills as you work with post-production audio for film and television projects on our digital workstations. You’ll get behind the boards as you mix sound effects for student-created video games. And you’ll become skilled on both digital and analog tools as you work in the studio to produce your own tracks. Regardless of the project or assignment, you’ll be working alongside a group of fellow students, educators, and industry guests who all share your passion for sound. As you progress through the Recording Arts degree program, you’ll get the chance to directly apply what you learn in professional studio environments, and gain the experience needed to start a career in the world of recording arts. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Music Business

Full Sail University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Winter Park

After you’ve absorbed all the necessary knowledge from these varied courses, the Music Business Bachelor of Science Degree program culminates in a final project in which you analyze a music business company problem and develop managerial and entrepreneurial strategies to address it. [+]

Although every job in the music business is unique, they all need to work in harmony to maximize an artist’s potential. This real world approach is at the heart of Full Sail’s Music Business Bachelor of Science Degree program, which will assist you with in-depth knowledge of multiple aspects of the business to include the need for music business professionals working with major record labels, film, TV, sports media, video game developers, online streaming sites, advertising agencies and more. To be an effective player in the music business, it’s not just important to be good at what you do, but also to be well-versed in the many different roles within the industry. For example, a band’s publicist may not need to book a tour, but being aware of how and why that tour is routed a certain way is invaluable knowledge when it comes to forming a media strategy. By teaching you about the many different roles in the business, the Music Business curriculum allows you to not only focus on what you do best, but also to ensure that your contributions to the big picture are as effective as possible. You’ll learn these roles through courses in music-specific business subjects like Artist Management, Music Copyright and Publishing, Concert Management and Publicity, and Record Label Development, as well as general business concepts like marketing, distribution, and law. After you’ve absorbed all the necessary knowledge from these varied courses, the Music Business Bachelor of Science Degree program culminates in a final project in which you analyze a music business company problem and develop managerial and entrepreneurial strategies to address it. In addition to business-specific topics, you’ll also have courses focusing on communication skills, business statistics, professional presentation, and how to prepare yourself for that first step into the music business industry. To help you make that transition, we’ve also got a team of Career Development professionals that can help you polish your interviewing skills and résumé and get you ready to enter the industry. In addition, our Career Development services and advisors will be available for support and assistance throughout your career – not just during your education. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

University of Prince Edward Island
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Charlottetown

We encourage our students to fully engage in the process of liberal education. We encourage work across a broad range of elective courses in the arts and sciences, so that psychology study is enriched by a diverse context of academic disciplines and ways of experiencing, enquiring into, and making sense of our world. [+]

BScs in Performing Arts. We encourage our students to fully engage in the process of liberal education. We encourage work across a broad range of elective courses in the arts and sciences, so that psychology study is enriched by a diverse context of academic disciplines and ways of experiencing, enquiring into, and making sense of our world. Our students build skills in critical and creative thinking, effective reading, writing, and oral communication, research, and independent and collaborative problem solving. In addition to teaching students in a wide range of psychology courses, members of our faculty have exciting programmes of research, often engaging both UPEI students and colleagues from across Canada and the world. Our faculty members include award winning teachers and scholars, and people committed to service in the university and the broader community. Dr. Jason Doiron, PhD - Chair Department of Psychology Course Requirements Eighteen (18) semester courses (54 semester hours) in Psychology which must include Psychology 101-102, Psychology 278-279, Psychology 480 (Honours Literature Review) and Psychology 490 (Honours Thesis). Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Psychology must complete all of the requirements for a BA with a major in Psychology. Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree with Honours in Psychology must complete all of the requirements for a BSc with a major in Psychology. To graduate with an Honours degree requires a total of 42 semester courses (126 semester hours). The Honours Thesis The Honours Thesis will consist of a paper written in the format specified by the Canadian Psychological Association. The thesis will most typically report a small research project, but other alternatives include: (a) a review paper that includes an original theoretical overview of the topic, or (b) a critique of the theory, research, or practice of psychology. The thesis is evaluated by a committee of at least three faculty members including the student’s supervisor. There is an oral defence of the thesis. The deadlines for Honours applications are September 1, January 3, and May 1 annually. Admission Requirements A student must be a Psychology major. A student must have an overall average of at least 70% in all prior courses. To remain in the program, a student must maintain an overall average of 70% in all courses and an average of 75% in Psychology courses. A student must formally apply to the Department of Psychology for admission. The first step is to contact the Honours Co-ordinator or another member of the Psychology faculty who will advise the student of the steps in the application process. This initial contact will normally occur during the first half of the Third Year. Students will be required to fill out an application form, and to provide an updated transcript. Students will be expected to have selected an area of study, and to provide a preliminary proposal for an Honours Thesis before proceeding with the formal application process. Admission to the program will be competitive, and because the demand for the program will likely exceed the resources, not all applicants who meet the formal requirements will be accepted. The completed Honours application should be submitted to the prospective Honours Thesis supervisor, who will then submit it to the Department for review. OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE HONOURS PROGRAM Because of the extra course requirements and the extra time consumed by the process of producing an Honours Thesis, early planning is important. Students may be required to pay part or all of the expenses to produce the Honours Thesis. The Department of Psychology intends to provide some financial support for students, but the amount will depend on (a) the funding the Department receives, and (b) the number of students in the program. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Music/Music Industry

College of Saint Rose
Campus Full time 4 years August 2017 USA Albany

The Music/Music Industry major enables creative musicians the opportunity to engage in a multi-faceted course of study that prepares them for a career within many of the areas comprising today’s music industry. [+]

The Music/Music Industry major enables creative musicians the opportunity to engage in a multi-faceted course of study that prepares them for a career within many of the areas comprising today’s music industry. The Music Industry curriculum contains three areas of equal focus in which all students are engaged: applied music studies, audio recording and music production, and music business and entrepreneurship. We believe our
graduates need to be well-versed in each of these areas, since most employment opportunities involve crossover and multitasking in several different areas of the music industry. The Music/Music Industry Program is housed in The Hearst Center for Communications and Interactive Media.  It provides access to state of the art recording studios, audio post-production rooms, television and radio studios, computer labs, and a showcase studio for live performances. The Hearst CCIM fosters a creative and interactive environment in which young professionals take concepts and skills learned in the classroom and studio and apply them in pre-occupational settings. As the Music Industry curriculum is complemented with a core education in liberal arts, the Music/Music Industry at Saint Rose is a unique blend of progressive studies in contemporary music housed within a vibrant academic community. What Will I Study? The Music Industry curriculum at The College of Saint Rose includes courses in applied music study, songwriting, arranging, recording engineering, record production, Pro Tools, MIDI, music business, artist management, and music law. Additionally, students also function as artist managers and record producers for real clients for two semesters as part of course requirements, as well as complete an internship with a music company. The final exit requirement at the end of the senior year is a comprehensive capstone project that reflects students’ achievement: they must submit a full-length album of material that they have composed, arranged, rehearsed, engineered, mixed and mastered. Resources Music/Music Industry majors are encouraged to participate in the student-run, in-house Rose Record Label Group, where they can gain additional experience in the fields of songwriting, record production, management, marketing, and music publishing. GRAMMY U (Grammy University) is a unique and fast-growing community of college students, primarily between the ages of 17 and 25, who are pursuing a career in the recording industry. GRAMMY U events and special programs touch on all aspects of the music industry, from the technology to the tracks themselves. Events are scheduled throughout the semester to give GRAMMY U members a wide variety of experiences and professional development. Because we are part of The Recording Academy, members have extraordinary access to the industry and its artists. Saint Rose Music Industry students are members of The Music Industry Student Association (MISA). Through MISA’s affiliation with GRAMMY U, students can gain both experience and the opportunity to network with industry professionals through local, regional, and national activities and events. Accreditation The Saint Rose Music Department is accredited by The National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) and by The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). Program Requirements Applied Music All students concentrating in Music Industry are required to complete eight semesters of applied study on their major instrument or voice.  Repertoire Class and Music Convocation are required for seven semesters. Semester and annual juries are part of the assessment tools used in applied study.  Please consult specific syllabi for detailed requirements. Music Industry students may audition to concentrate in applied Songwriting/Composition. Those students who are admitted to this option will take primary applied Songwriting/Composition (MUS 397) in place of applied instrument or vocal lessons (MUS393). Songwriters/Composers will also take MUS300: Composition Seminar in place of MUS100: Repertoire Class. Students are also required to fulfill 6 semesters of applied study in a secondary instrument or voice (MUS394). Major Ensembles  Music Industry students are required to participate in the major performing group appropriate to their applied concentration for a minimum of seven semesters, four of which may be in The Commercial Music Recording Ensemble, MUS 280 (audition required). All Music Industry guitar and electric bass players are assigned to be in Jazz Guitar Ensemble, MUS 287, as their major performing ensemble. All Music majors are required to earn a minimum of four college credits of major ensemble participation. All transfer Music majors are required to take a minimum of four semesters of their major performing ensemble at The College of Saint Rose. Small Ensembles  All Music majors may participate in non-required ensembles. These include Brass Choir, Chamber Choir, Madrigal Singers, Women’s Chorale, Glee Club, Clarinet Choir, Flute Choir, Instrumental Jazz Ensemble, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Saxophone Ensemble, Vocal Chamber Music Ensemble, Opera Workshop, Brass Quintet, Women’s Chorale, Percussion Ensemble, Campus/Community Band, Chamber Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Winds. Final Projects  Music/Music Industry students are required to complete a capstone project in the form of full length CD during the senior year. The project requires the student to compose, record, perform, produce, and engineer all aspects of the album and present the final CD at the end of the semester as a playback presentation.  Music Industry faculty must approve a proposal in order to begin the project. Admissions: The Undergraduate Admissions Office begins review of first year applications each fall in late September for the following Fall. Students are encouraged to submit a complete an application as early as November. The Admissions Team will return a decision on complete applications within just three weeks. The College awards academic scholarships at the same time. What Makes an Application Complete Online or Paper application (fee waived for online applicants!) Official High School Transcripts Official Transcripts for any College Level Courses SAT or ACT scores Demonstration of English proficiency: Send us your TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores. The testing requirement is waived for applicants who have previously earned a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the United States. The College of Saint Rose offers English as a Second Language (ESL) studies and offers conditional acceptances to those who meet all other admission requirements. Conditionally accepted students must show English proficiency before enrolling in their coursework. Letter of Recommendation from a Counselor or Teacher Essay or Graded Paper Applicants may also apply via the Common Application Online. Additional Admission Requirements Auditions There are two auditions occurring on the same day for applicants for the Music Industry concentration. Both are required for acceptance into the Music Industry concentration at Saint Rose: 1. The College of Saint Rose Music Department Audition An audition with members of the Music Department faculty is required for everyone who wishes to major in Music at The College of Saint Rose. The ability to read music notation is required for all instrumentalists and vocalists. All students may be asked to demonstrate their sight-reading abilities during their audition. 2. The College of Saint Rose Music Industry Audition Occurring immediately after the Music Department Auditions, there will be an additional audition for Music Industry Program applicants. The Music Industry Program Audition will provide a space for students to demonstrate additional talents (songwriting/composing, alternate instruments, commercial or jazz styles). There are specific guidelines for each audition and instrumental or vocal discipline. The details about auditions can be found at: http://strose.smartcatalogiq.com/en/2015-2017/Catalog/Programs-of-Study/Music-Industry-BS. [-]

BSc in Music

Lincoln University Of Missouri
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Jefferson City

In the music unit, the purpose is to educate students to become musically literate citizens and to encourage them to become contributing musical leaders within society. The music faculty provides excellent academic instruction and broad ranges of performance experiences within a nurturing environment. [+]

BScs in Performing Arts. Mission In the music unit, the purpose is to educate students to become musically literate citizens and to encourage them to become contributing musical leaders within society. The music faculty provides excellent academic instruction and broad ranges of performance experiences within a nurturing environment. The music unit at Lincoln University serves students in several ways. Music majors prepare for careers in Music Education, or obtain a liberal arts degree in Sacred Music. Music minors complete a smaller core of academic, ensemble and applied music courses, which enhance their liberal arts education. The student population at large may take music courses as part of their general education requirements, participate in ensembles, and take applied lessons. Objectives Upon completion of the Music Education or Sacred Music program at Lincoln University, each student should be able to demonstrate the following: The ability to function as a musically literate citizen within the society Knowledge of the elementary concepts and skills necessary to be a competent and effective instrumental or vocal church musician The ability to interpret, create, analyze, and evaluate music A repertory reflecting a variety of cultures and historical periods Technical skills that are adequate to meet the needs of artistic self-expression Knowledge of historical and stylistic periods of music history The ability to form and defend evaluative judgments An understanding of the historical, philosophical and social foundations of music The ability to perform successfully at the graduate level The ability to perform academically at or above the level of students completing requirements of other NASM accredited schools The music program strives to enhance the lives of Lincoln University’s student population and the general population of Jefferson City by presenting student and faculty recitals and programs by band and choral ensembles in a variety of musical and cultural settings. These events are free and open to the public. Assessment Program Assessment measures allow students and faculty to determine whether students have met the objectives of the program. The Music faculty has spread its assessment measures throughout the degree program so that students can receive on-going reports of their progress and follow-up advice. The education-based assessment tool for the Music Education student will be the PRAXIS II exam. The music-based assessment measure for the Music Education student will be the Senior Recital. The assessment measures for the Sacred Music student include the church internship and the music portfolio. Skills developed and demonstrated in Music Seminar provide on-going assessment. Admission to the Music Program In addition to the general requirements for admission to the University, the entering student must meet the following requirements of the Music Unit Complete an audition in a major performing medium Take a theory test (aural and written) to determine placement in the theory classes Perform on the piano to determine level of piano instruction NOTE: Students showing deficiencies in performance or in theory will be assigned to appropriate remedial courses without degree credit. Such an assignment places them in a probationary status. Advanced standing in music may be obtained after an evaluation of the student's official transcript resulting from work done at a similar institution and/or by examination (in music theory). Students (other than music majors) may elect to minor in music or to enroll in music courses of their choice provided they can meet the course prerequisites where applicable. Special students (those wishing to study music, but not pursuing any type of degree program) are welcome to enroll in music courses as staffing and facilities permit. Permission of the instructor and the department head is required. Academic Pathway Semester 1 MUS 101 Theory I MUS 119P or 120I Class Piano I or Secondary Applied MUS 198 Primary Applied MUS 198L Applied Music Lab MUS 299B/C Band or Choir GE 101 University Seminar ENG 101 Comp. & Rhet MAT 115 Contemporary Math PED Activity Semester 2 MUS 102 Theory II MUS 120P or 120I Class Piano II or Secondary Applied MUS 299C/B Choir or Band MUS 198 Primary Applied MUS 198L Applied Music Lab PED 111 Personal & Comm. Health ENG 102 Comp. & Rhet. HIS 101 World Civ I Semester 3 MUS 201 Theory III MUS 121P or 120I Class Piano or Secondary Applied MUS 198 Primary Applied MUS 198L Applied Lab MUS 299C/B Choir or Band MUS 209 Basic Conducting ENV 103 Intro to Environmental Science SPT 206 Intro to Speech MUS 109 Voice Class Semester 4 MUS 202 Theory IV MUS 122P or 120I Class Piano or Secondary Applied MUS 198 Primary Applied MUS 198L Applied Lab MUS 299C/B Choir or Band MUS 309 / 310 Instrumental or Choral Conducting MUS 205 or Music of Black Am or Foreign Language Elective PSY 101 Psychology MUS 110 Voice Class 2 Semester 5 MUS 311 Sacred Music PSY 208 Experimental Psychology PSY 209L Lab Art 100 Intro to Art SA 201 Intro to Sociology MUS 313 Music History & Lit I Semester 6 MUS 398T Service Playing PSC 203 Am, Nat. Government SPT 209 Intro to Theatre HIS 102 World Civ II MUS 314 Music History & Lit. II MUS Elective Semester 7 Upper Division Music Electives * PHI 310 or Upper Division Elective SOC 302 or Upper Division Elective Semester 8 MUS 404 Church Internship SOC 306 or Upper Division Elective SOC 402 or Upper Division Elective REL 327 or Upper Division Elective NURS 335 or Upper Division Elective PED Activity or Elective [-]

BSc in Theatre

Northern Arizona University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Flagstaff

This multifaceted undergraduate program imparts a broad grounding in stagecraft, behind and in front of the curtain. The program includes theatrical history, theory, critique, technology, design, and hands-on production experiences. [+]

Available Emphasis Areas: Design and Technology - Emphasis Performance - Emphasis Theatre Studies - Emphasis This multifaceted undergraduate program imparts a broad grounding in stagecraft, behind and in front of the curtain. The program includes theatrical history, theory, critique, technology, design, and hands-on production experiences. What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Science in Theatre? If you dream of a life that’s long on excitement and short on the dull bits, then the theatre is calling you. Whether you hope to work in professional theatre or pursue further education, our programs will put your dreams at center stage. We offer nationally respected curricula in theatre studies, performance, and design and technology. We will help you develop the broadest possible understanding of the art and craft of the stage with our practical and academic courses. You'll also receive a firm grounding in the liberal arts. You'll study dramatic literature, history, theory and criticism, theatre performance, and design, and technology. You'll have plenty of opportunities to learn by doing. The university theatre season includes four faculty directed, mainstage productions and numerous student produced, second stage productions per year. You will learn to express yourself logically and artistically, and graduate prepared for post-baccalaureate study, or professional theatre. Career opportunities that might be pursued: Director Actor Costume designer Drama teacher Lighting designer Costume technician Scenic carpenter or painter Technical director Stage manager Master Electrician With further education, one of these paths is possible: Professional Theatre Film or television Educator University Requirements To receive a bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona University, you must complete at least 120 units of credit that minimally includes a major, the liberal studies requirements, and university requirements as listed below. All of Northern Arizona University's liberal studies, diversity, junior-level writing, and capstone requirements. All requirements for your specific academic plan(s). At least 30 units of upper-division courses, which may include transfer work. At least 30 units of coursework taken through Northern Arizona University, of which at least 18 must be upper-division courses (300-level or above). This requirement is not met by credit-by-exam, retro-credits, transfer coursework, etc. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 on all work attempted at Northern Arizona University. Campus Availability Flagstaff [-]

BSc in Music

Millsaps College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Jackson

Welcome to the Millsaps College music department, where you can get conservatory-level performance training while immersed in a liberal arts education that teaches you how to think, write, and communicate. The music department, as part of this greater community, cultivates and encourages the use of critical reasoning, historical consciousness and cultural awareness to inform every facet of... [+]

BScs in Performing Arts. BSc in Music Welcome to the Millsaps College music department, where you can get conservatory-level performance training while immersed in a liberal arts education that teaches you how to think, write, and communicate. The music department, as part of this greater community, cultivates and encourages the use of critical reasoning, historical consciousness and cultural awareness to inform every facet of music-making and historical study. Our wide variety of music courses investigate musical aesthetics, the economics of music, world music, jazz history, music of the Enlightenment, opera, women composers, experimental music, and much more. Studies in music theory are creativity-based, and begin with learning the foundations of musical expression through hands-on composition in courses such as Music @ the Computer and Concept & Design. Our music faculty is a community of active and committed performers who understand the demands of performance and encourage students to go beyond the score, exploring ideas in music, from historical and cultural contexts to compositional innovations. Departmental recitals, solo degree recitals, choir and ensemble performances, and concerts and master classes with visiting national and international guest artists are but a portion of the performance opportunities that encourage student performers to hone their performance skills while at Millsaps. Students take advantage of our department at all levels of involvement, from studying an instrument or participating in the Millsaps Singers or Chamber Singers for personal fulfillment, to preparing solo recitals as a performance major or concentrator. A unique feature of our curriculum is the option of pursuing a concentration in performance, music history, or church music while pursuing a degree in another field. We offer many degree options that combine the rigors of music study with the broader intellectual journey that is the Millsaps education. [-]

BSc in Music

Millsaps College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Jackson

Welcome to the Millsaps College music department, where you can get conservatory-level performance training while immersed in a liberal arts education that teaches you how to think, write, and communicate. The music department, as part of this greater community, cultivates and encourages the use of critical reasoning, historical consciousness and cultural awareness to inform every facet of... [+]

BSc in Music Welcome to the Millsaps College music department, where you can get conservatory-level performance training while immersed in a liberal arts education that teaches you how to think, write, and communicate. The music department, as part of this greater community, cultivates and encourages the use of critical reasoning, historical consciousness and cultural awareness to inform every facet of music-making and historical study. Our wide variety of music courses investigate musical aesthetics, the economics of music, world music, jazz history, music of the Enlightenment, opera, women composers, experimental music, and much more. Studies in music theory are creativity-based, and begin with learning the foundations of musical expression through hands-on composition in courses such as Music @ the Computer and Concept & Design. Our music faculty is a community of active and committed performers who understand the demands of performance and encourage students to go beyond the score, exploring ideas in music, from historical and cultural contexts to compositional innovations. Departmental recitals, solo degree recitals, choir and ensemble performances, and concerts and master classes with visiting national and international guest artists are but a portion of the performance opportunities that encourage student performers to hone their performance skills while at Millsaps. Students take advantage of our department at all levels of involvement, from studying an instrument or participating in the Millsaps Singers or Chamber Singers for personal fulfillment, to preparing solo recitals as a performance major or concentrator. A unique feature of our curriculum is the option of pursuing a concentration in performance, music history, or church music while pursuing a degree in another field. We offer many degree options that combine the rigors of music study with the broader intellectual journey that is the Millsaps education. [-]

BSc Music Technology

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 United Kingdom London

The programme is designed to provide you with the basis to develop and use complex music technologies for home computer-based music production and to equip you with the [+]

BSc Music Technology

Awarding Body:

University of East London

The programme is designed to provide you with the basis to develop and use complex music technologies for home computer-based music production and to equip you with the necessary skills to work as a graduate audio engineer within TV, video, CD and games audio production.

2-subject degrees

You can combine this programme with a range of other subjects as part of a 2-subject degree. Popular combinations include Music Technology with Business Studies, and Music Technology and Communication Studies.

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