Musicology includes the study of history, philosophy, and application of music from many pin point of view. Graduate study in musicology may cover approaches such as traditional and ethnographic investigation as well as musicology theory, hermeneutics, and criticism.
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Through small classes and one-on-one interaction with outstanding faculty, music majors develop the ability to perform, create, contextualize and analyze music, and have oppor ... +
Pfeiffer University prepares vocalists and instrumentalists for careers as musicians in a variety of career paths, including music performance, composition, arts administratio ... +
The BA in Music Worship Arts stream offers a holistic program for students pursuing careers in music ministry. Serving both the church and society, this degree enables you to ... +
Urshan is honoured to serve the needs of Apostolic students who are seeking higher professional music degrees. The Bachelor of Music was created to prepare students for gradua ... +
The Bachelor of Arts in Music program is for students who enjoy performing and want to make a career of sharing the gift of music with the world.
The Department of Music and Dance provides a comprehensive education for students from the Commonwealth and beyond through a combination of established and innovative pedagogi ... +
The Bachelor of Arts in Global Jazz Studies encourages students to think globally about the capacity of jazz to transform the musical and political worlds it engages, while bu ... +
The Bachelor of Arts in Music offers the chance to study music while pursuing other interests, such as pre-professional program or a double major. Students in this program exp ... +
The Bachelor of Arts in Music is an engaging degree program designed to prepare you for a career in music performance, education, theatre, and many other fields in the arts an ... +
NNU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Music develops within students excellence in creating, performing and appreciating music. This multidisciplinary degree focuses on broad music ... +