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.
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).
Classical guitar, harpsichord, organ, percussion, piano, strings, voice, woodwinds/brass.
Faculty & Staff
Karen GustafsonContract Professor of Music
Trina HoskingAdministrative Assistant and First Year Advisor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Wendy MarkoskyChair of Music, Professor of Music
John McDowellDean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor of English
Wendolin MunroeProfessor of Music
Eduardo SoláAssistant Professor of Music, Special Assistant to the President, EDI Director
Dale WheelerContract Instructor of Music
Jessica Jacobson Heisler
2019 / Bachelor of Arts - Music
“The music program is led by passionate and creative professors that make classes fun and engaging. I am now running my own music studio in Lacombe where I teach piano, voice, and theory lessons. Burman University’s Music Program gave me the tools to feel confident in passing my knowledge on to those I teach.”
Jessica Jacobson Heisler
Music Teacher, Lacombe, Alberta
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