At Concordia, you can learn about music history and theory, and earn credit toward your degree by being in an ensemble and taking private lessons.
Choosing music as a major or minor is a great stepping stone toward grad school in music performance or a way to display your creative expression while pursuing a second degree in business or biology. Additionally, one of every seven new music educators in Minnesota comes out of Concordia.
Programs of Study
Bachelor of Arts
While earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, you will major in music with all of the benefits of a liberal arts education. Approximately one-third of your coursework will be in music, with the rest fulfilling the core liberal arts requirements and a minor area of study if you choose.
Major or Minor in Music
Major in Music Education with a Vocal or Instrumental Emphasis
Minor in Church Music
Bachelor of Music
While earning a Bachelor of Music degree, about two-thirds of your coursework will be in music. While some of the liberal arts requirements are waived for Bachelor of Music students, there are still a few courses that will give you a well-rounded education. An audition is required at the end of your first year for acceptance into the Bachelor of Music program.