The Lionel Hampton School of Music offers a B.A. and a B.S. in Music with a concentration in:
- Music Theory
- Music History
- Applied Music
The most likely candidate for this degree is a student desiring a sound music education within the context of a broad liberal-arts program. Students with majors in two or more fields (music and communications, music and psychology, etc.) also frequently choose this degree. Students take 45% of their required credits in music with a focus on music theory, music history, music history with jazz history emphasis, applied music performance, or applied music performance with jazz emphasis.
The B.A. and the B.S. degrees require additional humanities and social science requirements. Furthermore, the B.A. requires two years of college-level foreign language and the B.S. requires more math or science, an academic minor, an 18 credit area of emphasis or a second major is required.
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