Areas of Music Study

As a member of the National Association of Schools of Music, Furman offers the bachelor of music degree in performance, church music, music education, composition and music theory. You may also pursue a bachelor of arts degree in music, which gives you the flexibility to take a significant number of elective courses and, in some instances, complete a double major. Our curriculum includes a wide variety of academic courses, master classes, and private lesson instruction. As classes become more specific, our courses become smaller, providing more individual time to work with faculty at a deeper level.

To learn about the requirements for each degree, visit your intended area of study.

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Bachelor of Arts

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