About the Degree
The bachelor’s degree in music is a non-professional liberal arts degree for students who wish to study a general music curriculum. The program includes music theory, music history, conducting, music technology, applied music (private lessons) and participation in ensembles. Recipients of this degree may continue with graduate study in music, enter professional schools such as law or medicine, work in music-related fields such as publishing, retail business, recording, or arts management, or work in other fields not requiring a specific bachelor’s degree.
A quick outline of this degree is listed below as well as a suggested four-year course of study. (Of course, coming to Florida College with AP and duel enrollments courses will give you more time to participate in all of the shool's activities.)
Bachelor of Arts in Music
Core classes (math, english, etc) leading to an AA along with the following music classes: