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    As a music major, you’ll study the history of music, music theory and composition in addition to practicing playing an instrument for performance. Beyond Bach and Beethoven, you’ll study non-Western music, as well as the folk and blues tradition in North America. In addition to regular classes like music history, music theory and composition, you’ll spend time practicing solo and attending rehearsals to practice with a group. There are regular recitals for peers and professors.

    Most music majors intend to perform, but this course of study can lead to a career as an archivist, arts administrator, composer, music teacher (private lessons or in a school environment) and record labels. The work environment is just as varied: offices, churches, recording studios and private homes. Music majors interested in directing or conducting a symphony usually pursue a master’s degree. But, the degree isn’t limiting by any means. Juanita Kidd Stout, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania (and the first African American woman elected to a judgeship in the US) was a music major.

    • Crossroads College

      Crossroads College Save

      920 Mayowood Road SW, Rochester, MN 55902

      Crossroads College is Christian college with 101 students located in Rochester, MN. learn more

      Seminary / Bible College, Religiously affiliated
    • Trinity Baptist College

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      800 Hammond Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32221

      Trinity Baptist College is Baptist college with 301 students located in Jacksonville, FL. learn more

      Seminary / Bible College, Religiously affiliated
    • Berklee College of Music

      Berklee College of Music Save

      1140 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215

      "Music, twenty-four, seven" describes the life and the atmosphere at Berklee College of Music. "For music, there is no other place to be." For those rare moments of silence, students on the predominantly male campus can go out in Boston ... learn more

      Fine and Performing Arts

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