Offering a strong concentration in performance, this degree provides a thorough musical background based upon a broad liberal arts experience. Students awarded this degree are prepared to enter careers as professional musicians, studio music teachers, and for jobs in music-related industries.
Designed for prospective elementary, middle, and secondary school music teachers, this degree prepares the student for a career in public and private education. Graduating students receive a PreK-12 State of Kansas certification to teach either vocal or instrumental music. Students can select a second area in either vocal or instrumental music and also receive that PreK-12 area certification.
This broad-based degree emphasis, along with traditional music preparation, opportunities for student directed second concentrations. Graduates are prepared for music and art related positions within many career options.
A concentration within the Bachelor of Arts degree program that provides theoretical and hands-on experience in digital audio recording and editing techniques.
The music minor provides additional musical development in selected music areas.
Certificates are available for short-term study (12 credits). They are open to all undergraduate students who meet requirements.