|Description:||The Bachelor of Arts in Music allows you to balance your musical studies with another subject or subjects and may be suited to you if you are planning a career in music scholarship, librarianship, or other music-related fields, rather than performance. Courses in the Music program are available in the four main areas of performance, music history and literature, music theory and composition, and music education. There are also courses in areas such as composition, conducting, collaborative piano, chamber music, jazz, opera, and world music.
You also have the opportunity to participate in the department’s large ensembles, such as symphonic band and the Choral Society, which are open to all students.
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