Undergraduate Degree Programs
Many degrees are available within the School of Music; however, the following degrees are typical for those students pursuing organ study at the collegiate level:
- The Bachelor of Music (B.M.) programs are intended for students who plan to enter professional careers, graduate study, private studio teaching, or college/university-level teaching.
Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
- Combination with Outside Field
- The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) curricula is designed for students who desire a liberal arts education with an emphasis in performance, theory/composition and music history. Students electing these degree programs are often planning to continue beyond the undergraduate level and are using music studies as a base for a career in another professional field that requires an extensive liberal arts background.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Minor in other Disciplines--Music majors who wish to take a minor in other disciplines may do so by taking these courses in addition to the usual requirements. See the Undergraduate Academic Advisor for further information.
Music Minor and Non-Music Majors--The School of Music offers the music minor in Performance. Based on available space in the organ studio, non-music majors may be allowed to register for applied lessons.
For up-to-date information and specific degree requirements, please visit: http://www.arts.ufl.edu/music/advising/index.html
Graduate Degree Programs
Many graduate degrees are available within the School of Music however, the following degrees are typical for those students pursuing organ study at the graduate level:
Master of Music (M.M.)
- Organ Performance
- Sacred Music
Ph.D. in Musicology
Organ Cognate Involves two semesters of applied lessons graduate recital.
For up-to-date information and specific degree requirements, please visit: http://www.arts.ufl.edu/music/resources/admissions_GRAD.asp