Chair: Professor Metzger

Professors: Erdmann, Fischer Faw

Associate Professors: Buckmaster, Coleman, Futrell, Hogan, Knight

Assistant Professors: Palfy, Wente

Instructors: Hankins, LaRocco

Professor Emeritus: Bragg

Senior Lecturer: Butler-Cornelius, Stevenson

Lecturers: Beck, Johnson, Novine-Whittaker

Adjuncts: Bach, Bowers, Brito, Bruesehoff, Butrico, Carter, Causby, Celona-VanGorden, Cykert, Ely, Esters, Frasheri, Gambetta, Harwood, Hill, Lee, Newton, Olsen, Poole, Roberts, Skidmore, Skogen, Smith, Summers, Thomas, Turanchik, Wisuthseriwong

Artist-in-Residence: Metzger

The Department of Music offers four music majors. The Bachelor of Science in Music Education is for those students who wish to teach in elementary, middle or high school music programs. The program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Music and the Department of Education. The Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance is for those students who wish to emphasize the study of instrumental or vocal music. Students in this program will be expected to become accomplished performers while developing a solid base in theory and history. The B.S. in Music Production and Recording Arts is for students who wish to pursue a career in the music industry or academia in the field of music technology and synthesis. The A.B. in Music in the Liberal Arts is primarily for those students who do not wish to concentrate on a performance area or who wish to double major in another liberal arts department. Students in this program will have a continuing background in musical performance through participation in ensembles and private lessons.

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