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Bachelor of Arts in Music

When you major in Music at SNU expect a course plan that fits your future. Designed to give you a general background in music, this degree is paired with a minor of your choice. Personalized attention from professors and individual instruction opportunities make your degree in Music exactly that. Yours. You will learn and grow through close collaboration with respected professors. As a student, you will perform and study with both faculty and other students. Nearly one-third of the SNU student body is involved in music. Classes. Private lessons. Sound of the Storm Marching Band. Symphonic Band. Guitar Ensembles. U Singers. Jazz Band. Piano. Organ. And so much more.

  • Combines theory and practice to provide a degree that prepares students for a wide range of work
  • Pairs a minor in a related field based on each individual student’s interests
  • Nationally recognized for quality through National Association of Schools of Music
  • Opportunity to join our nationally-recognized vocal jazz group, U Singers
  • Hold a wide range of musical expertise
  • One directs SNU’s nationally recognized vocal jazz group
  • Include a recording studio business owner
  • Desire to see you succeed in the pursuit of your music career

This degree program is designed for the student who wishes to have a general background in music. When you graduate with your degree in music from SNU, you’ll have the preparation you need for a successful career in many professions such as:

  • Free-lance Musician
  • Music Studio Teacher

SNU offers you the opportunity to study with credentialed faculty as you journey toward graduation, another step closer to reaching your goals. These scholars with a Christian worldview will mentor and guide you along the way.  SNU’s smaller size allows students to interact with faculty — not only in the classroom, but also through impactful mentoring, personal advising, and meaningful research. Come and be known; come and belong.

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