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Degree Tracks

The Bachelor of Arts in Music is divided into a menu of five diverse study tracks. A "track" is a particular study program within the overall degree requirements. An audition into the Music Program is required for all tracks.

Degree Tracks

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music/Teacher Certification (Music Education)
    The teacher certification program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in music education in a classroom setting and seeks to equip students to meet certification requirements in the public schools. This is a state-approved degree program for the state of Maryland. It provides a comprehensive K-12 study in preparation for graduates to teach in the public and private schools.
    [Academic Checklist Music Education] [Eight Semester Plan Music Education]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music - Vocal Performance
    This track is designed for students who aspire to careers in performance, whether as a soloist or as a member of a performance ensemble. 
    [Academic Checklist Vocal Performance] [Eight Semester Plan Vocal Performance]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music - Instrumental Performance
    This track is designed for students who aspire to careers in performance, whether as concert soloists or as members of performance ensembles. 
    [Academic Checklist Instrumental Performance] [Eight Semester Plan Instrumental Performance]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music - Music Technology
    This track is designed to give students a basic foundation in music production to prepare them for a variety of careers within the music technology industry. This is a professional degree track that provides general education as a foundation coupled with a traditional music background and an emphasis in music production. 
    [Academic Checklist Music Technology] [Eight Semester Plan Music Technology]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music - Traditional (Liberal Arts) Track 
    The traditional Bachelor of Arts curriculum is designed to provide a broad-based knowledge of all aspects of music history, theory, performance and pedagogy for students seeking a general understanding of music to compliment a career in any profession. 
    [Academic Checklist Traditional] [Eight Semester Plan Traditional]

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