Programs

The Department of Music regards the study of music as an artistic discipline that has an essential role in liberal arts education. Through courses in music history, theory, ethnomusicology, performance, and composition, the department cultivates the growth of students by fostering their creative, intellectual, and critical abilities. The department's introductory courses offer a solid foundation in musicianship, including music reading, sight singing, ear training, and critical listening and individual instruction is offered at three levels. Our website provides guidance on selecting courses and all courses are also designed to contribute in various ways to the College’s Learning Goals and the Music Department's Learning Goals

Courses and Requirements

See the music chapter of the course catalog >