Bachelor of Arts
The Music program promotes an understanding and appreciation of musical expression as part of a liberal arts education. Increase your knowledge of theory and history across diverse musical cultures. Develop your abilities through ear-training, sight-singing, harmony, orchestration, composition, and conducting. You may also pursue an emphasis in applied music.
You will have a wide range of performance opportunities through college choirs, instrumental ensembles and individual recitals. Through your coursework and performances you will develop a wide musical repertoire that reinforces spiritual values, promotes the University's mission, and provides an important outreach to local and regional audiences.
Career Opportunities Include
Click here for more detailed information about all of our music programs at the Residential campus in Ottawa, KS.
For detailed curriculum and more please visit the University Catalog entry for this program.
- Professional musician
- Music teacher
- Church music director
- Creative associate in film, theatre or television
Add a Minor
Add any of Ottawa University's minors to your degree to take it to the next level. A minor consists of at least 20 credit hours of which at least half of the credit hours are completed at Ottawa University.
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