Interdisciplinary Studies - Music

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Interdisciplinary Studies - Music

Program Overview

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies - Music Concentration provides students with a foundation in music performance, music history, and music theory. Students should select a primary instrument in one of the following categories; percussion, woodwinds, or brass. Coursework prepares students for further study in either music education or music performance.

Program Objectives

The Interdisciplinary Studies - Music Concentration program will present students with a fundamental background in music history, theory, and performance as well as expose students to a variety of musical genres and styles.  Students will develop their abilities in analyzing music based on common music theory and music history practices and apply that knowledge to enhance a musical performance. Students will also have the opportunity to perform live music.

Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies - Music Concentration.

Degree Levels Available:
Bachelor of Science