Music History, B.A.

Program Locations

The Bachelor of Arts in Music History is available at the following locations:

About this Program

The music history degree at Wayland is a broad-based, interdisciplinary degree that includes course programs emphasizing areas such as church music and worship, theory and composition, music history, or general music.

Music history majors engage in a broad curriculum of general music courses while also pursuing extensive knowledge and skills through upper-level studies specific to the music history degree.   

The music history degree requires students to complete 45 credit hours in their major field, as well as the completion of a minor in any field of study. Students in the music history program build their areas of focus from courses like history and literature of Western music, American music, world music, and song literature, and must complete a capstone course before graduation.  

Requirements

A Bachelor of Arts degree in Music History requires 124 course hours. A total of 42 hours must be from upper-level courses.

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Faculty

The School of Music has a highly qualified and experienced faculty.

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Related Programs / Majors / Minors

Organizations

  • 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.

Careers

  • Music Teacher, post-secondary
  • Music publishing
  • Music supervision
  • Film and television
  • Record label industry
  • Performing rights