Students in the music degree program at Central Michigan University study in extraordinary facilities, work closely with expert faculty and seek advanced musical skills. They value the liberal arts and are dedicated learners. Whether earning a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, you’ll become adept in music theory, composition, history and performance as you prepare for a career in the arts, business, industry or government or go on to graduate study.
Central Michigan University School of Music is located in a modern 119,000-square-foot facility. You’ll learn, practice and perform in a state-of-the-art 500-seat concert hall with a 61-rank Casavant organ, a 100-seat recital hall, digital audio technology labs, recording facilities and a music resource center.
As a music major, you can live in the
School of Music Residential College, surrounded by peers who share your interests and goals. CMU ensemble, chamber music and solo performers participate in festivals, competitions and conferences at the state, national and international levels.
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