The Dana School of Music complements the general objectives of the University by providing intensive professional training in music based on a thorough understanding of the fundamental skills and theory upon which all music rests. The requirements for entrance and for graduation are in accordance with published regulations of the National Association of Schools of Music, of which the Dana School of Music is a member.
The School of Music offers three undergraduate degrees: the Bachelor of Music with the major in piano, organ, voice, orchestral instruments, composition and music education; the Bachelor of Arts with majors in music history, music theory or applied music; and the Bachelor of Music Education with majors in instrumental or vocal music education. At the graduate level, Dana offers the Master of Music degree with majors in performance, music education, history and literature, and composition and theory.
Undergraduate admission information and application forms are available on the university's Admissions page.
Bachelor of Music in Performance degrees are awarded in Organ, Piano, Voice, Orchestral Instruments and Jazz Studies.
Bachelor of Music in Music Education degrees are awarded with Vocal, Instrumental or Keyboard emphasis.
Bachelor of Music in Composition
Bachelor of Music in Music Recording
Bachelor of Arts degrees are awarded in the areas of Applied Music, Music Theory and Music History.
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