Our music degrees offer a diversity of career and graduate school options in both music and non-music areas.
The Department of Music equips students with in-depth knowledge and skills to be successful in their careers. Music faculty combine diversity of instruction with personal passion to educate and inspire students within a vibrant atmosphere that supports strong academics, performance, and personal achievement, grounded on Christian principles of service and excellence.

Degree Details

BMus: Music Performance (4-year):
Designed for students desiring an advanced foundation in musical skills, knowledge, and performance, with goals of self-employment and/or professional performing and/or graduate school paths (music and non-music options).
BA in Music: Biomedical Track (4-year):
Designed specifically for students desiring to pursue both a music major and entrance preparation to post-graduate, biomedical programs (e.g. medicine, dentistry, etc.).
BA in Music (4-year):
Designed for students desiring a solid foundation in musical skills, knowledge, and performance, with goals of self-employment and/or after-degree and graduate school paths (music and non-music options).
BA in Music (3-year):
Designed for students desiring a competent foundation in musical skills and knowledge, with goals of self-employment and/or continuing education certificate and diploma programs. Not intended for post-graduate degree track, though there are limited graduate degree options depending on program and country (music and non-music options).
Applied Areas:
Classical guitar, harpsichord, organ, percussion, piano, strings, voice, woodwinds/brass.

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Testimonials

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Hope Fink
2019 / Bachelor of Arts - Music

“As soon as I started my classes in the music program at Burman I felt a sense of community. The smaller class sizes made the department feel like a close family. All of the professors really cared about each students and my fellow students were a support for each other through the program. I always be thankful for my time at Burman.”

Hope Fink, Graduate Student, Doctorate of Occupational Therapy, Texas Woman’s University

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