Instrumental Music, B.M.
The Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Performance is available at the following locations:
About this Program
Students develop advanced performance skills in solo performance, large ensembles, and instrumental chamber groups. Courses in this field of study also encourage the advancement of pedagogical philosophies and an awareness of repertoire for teaching; and instrumental conducting.
The instrumental music degree requires 27 hours in performance studies. Students will participate in university music courses including theory, conducting, instrumental literature and pedagogy, applied music, ensemble performance, and junior/senior recitals.
Related Programs / Majors / Minors
- NAfME – National Association for Music Educators
- Students pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Choral Music Education or Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Music Education are invited to join.
- Students take part in activities such as attending the state education conference, mentoring area high school students, and developing arts advocacy skills and other professional skills.
- Church Musician/Organist
- Music Promoter
- Music Teacher
- Orchestra/ensemble/band member