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Immerse Yourself in Music with a Comprehensive Music Degree

Music is among the oldest forms of art and storytelling, and it continues to evolve through experimentation and the use of new technologies. If you dream of becoming part of this tradition and helping music continue to grow, 四虎影视鈥檚 Bachelor of Arts in Music is the degree program for you.

As a student in our Music program, you will build a broad understanding and deep appreciation for a wide variety of musical genres and forms. In addition to the study of performance, music theory and music literature, you can explore other areas within music, such as composition, piano and vocal performance, jazz studies and so much more.

Our bachelor鈥檚 degree in Music is a great complement to other fields of study. That鈥檚 why you can pursue the study of a second discipline, such as biology, creative writing, electronic media, foreign languages or psychology. Indulge your curiosity and study the ways in which music is a vital part of our lives and societies.


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Choose Webster for Your Bachelor's Degree in Music

Gain Real-World Experience

Practical learning experiences are at the core of the Department of Music. As you earn your music degree, you鈥檒l complete between six and eight semesters in a major ensemble. Additionally, you鈥檒l receive private individual instruction on your instrument of choice, tailored to your needs and goals.

Work Closely with Professors and Peers

The Department of Music intentionally keeps class sizes small to allow for many opportunities for personalized educational experiences. You鈥檒l have many chances for face-to-face interactions with our world-renowned music program faculty, as well as collaborative projects with other students throughout our Music programs.

Benefit from Music Program Partnerships

When you earn your bachelor鈥檚 degree in Music at Webster, you鈥檒l benefit from our many partnerships with organizations such as , the and Union Avenue Opera. Webster also houses the world-class Dennis Owsley Jazz Recording Collection in Emerson Library, and the is located on campus.

Customize and Finance Your Music Degree

Create the music degree that aligns with your academic and professional goals. You can choose to concentrate in areas such as jazz performance, composition, piano performance, instrumental performance or vocal performance. You can also add a second field of study outside Music to increase your career opportunities.

The Department of Music offers a limited number of scholarships to music degree students based on merit 鈥 including the Buder Foundation Scholarships and Peggy Fossett Endowed Scholarship Fund for Music. Webster also has many endowed scholarships especially for students earning their bachelor鈥檚 degree in Music.

Hannah Wozniak
Leif J. Sverdrup Endowed International Study Scholarship Recipient

鈥淪ince I was little, I dreamed of working within the field of music. Working toward a BA in Music has allowed me the freedom to explore many different avenues of the music world, including vocal performance, songwriting and music recording.鈥

Hannah Wozniak
Hannah Wozniak

BA in Music, 鈥23


Webster Holds Longtime NASM Membership

四虎影视 is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). An important marker of standing among music programs in the U.S., NASM establishes national standards for undergraduate and graduate degrees and other credentials for music and music-related disciplines.

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