Music

A Bachelor of Arts in Music provides students the opportunity to study a broad music curriculum while taking advantage of extensive opportunities for improving performance skills. In addition to the general education core, students dig deeper into music theory, music history, music technology, and conducting.

Florida College’s music curriculum also allows students to expand their musical repertoire by participating in ensembles, taking piano and voice classes, and receiving private instrument or voice lessons, culminating in a senior recital. Our experienced faculty members guide students toward specialized areas of study approved by the National Association of Schools of Music, preparing graduates for a wide range of potential careers.

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Florida College Requirements - Music

Required Hours 120
Minor Required? no
Internship Required? no
Entrance Requirements
  • Complete an application to be accepted into the major. The application process includes an audition/interview with the applied lesson faculty member(s) during the first week of principal-level lessons.
  • All music students must pass a barrier jury before being permitted to register for applied music lessons at the 3000 level.
  • Transfer students will have their transcripts evaluated by the Registrar and the Chair of the Department before being admitted to the program.
Sample Classes
  • MUT 2247 Music Theory
  • MUG 3104 Conducting
  • MUS 1360 Music Technology
  • MVK 1111 Class Piano

Careers After College

If you’re searching for music schools in Florida, a music degree from Florida College opens doors to several career paths, including: