Would you like to pursue a career in the performing arts industry or the field of classical music? You can take the next step with a Bachelor in Music. Your degree options include performance, criticism, music history and other exciting pursuits.
What is a Bachelor in Music? This dynamic degree is a perfect way to launch a lifelong career in music. As an undergraduate program, it offers you three to four years of intensive training in your area of musical interest. You can specialize in playing an instrument, conducting, singing or writing about music. Many successful music critics and journalists got their start with a Bachelor in Music. This degree program normally includes a detailed thesis on a topic of interest to you or a professional-level recital as the final stage of your training in music.
A degree in music can offer you many benefits. Graduates with a bachelor’s degree consistently receive higher salaries and better job offers than non-graduates. The critical thinking skills and music theory skills you learn will pay off many times over in the course of a musical career.
A Bachelor in Music doesn’t have to be prohibitively expensive. Many degree programs offer financial aid or part-time tuition while you work. Contact your program of choice to find out more about individual financial details.
Once you’ve finished your Bachelor in Music degree, you can pursue a wide variety of music-related careers. Some graduates will audition for national symphony orchestras or make their debut as opera singers. Other graduates choose to go on to teach music at the elementary school, high school or college level. A Bachelor in Music also gives you the skills you need to write about classical or popular music as a journalist or author. This versatile specialty gives you a broad range of career choices.
A Bachelor in Music can be the key to a fulfilling musical career. To find out more, explore the options available on our website. 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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