The Bachelor of Music program is an artistic degree program that trains musicians for various concert and teaching careers.
The program develops the artistic identities of the students, teaches comprehensive instrument skills, and enables students to work with concert literature in an independent, stylistically unique manner.
The program is structured in such a way that students learn the technical and artistic fundamentals in their major and that these required basic tenets enhance their knowledge of music theory, musicology, and music appreciation.
By choosing a specialization, students begin to approach their chosen career during the second half of the program. In particular, the program focuses on aspects relating to career development and employability.