MUSIC BA

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Program Description

The Music Program presents students with practical training in performance through specialized individual instruction, ensemble participation, and recitals. The required academic and elective courses enhance the student’s musical studies. Through the study of theory, history, and performance practices, students will be equipped to analyze and discuss various styles, composers, and historical contexts. Technology courses provide students with a foundation in practical computer applications. The Student will learn and understand how all facets of their musical studies are interrelated. On completion of the Music Program graduates will be qualified to pursue careers as teachers, performers, or continue further studies.

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Founded in 1867 as Saint Augustine's Normal School, the name of the school changed to Saint Augustine's School in 1893 and Saint Augustine's Junior College in 1919, when it began offering college-leve ... Read More

Founded in 1867 as Saint Augustine's Normal School, the name of the school changed to Saint Augustine's School in 1893 and Saint Augustine's Junior College in 1919, when it began offering college-level coursework. It began offering coursework leading to a four-year degree in 1927 and changed its name to Saint Augustine's College one year later with the first baccalaureate degrees awarded in 1931. In 2012, the institution again expanded its focus and changed its name to St. Augustine's University. Read less