The world is listening. Find energy and passion in new opportunities and challenges as you develop your artistic, technological, and entrepreneurial skills to make profound contributions to the future of music.
The department of music at PUC gives students a place to better understand, appreciate, and perform music while preparing them to use their talents in the professional world. Take courses from knowledgeable faculty who have toured the world and performed in places like Carnegie Hall, and discover how you can start your career in music under their expert guidance.
- A.S. in Music
- B.S. in Music
- B.S. in Music: Composition Emphasis
- B.S. in Music: K-12 Teacher Training Emphasis
- B.S. in Music: Performance Emphasis
A Student’s Perspective
“Being involved in a music ensemble relaxes me. It allows me to step outside of the daily struggles and focus on something I love, and I love that a lot of it is worship music. It’s an escape, it’s worship, and both are really valuable.” — Kayley Wilson, music major
- Fully Accredited The department of music is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music, and a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, the national honor society in music, through its Theta Zeta chapter.
- Ensemble Options Students can join ensembles on campus that include the symphonic wind ensemble, orchestra, and a touring choir.
- Collaborative Environment Music students have partnered with film students to produce original scores, utilizing the department’s composition studio.
- Prestigious Faculty Music faculty have impressive resumes, including working as assistant director and concertmaster of the New England Symphonic Ensemble and music director of the Napa Valley Symphony; and have toured Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, China, Southeast Asia, the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and performed in famous places like Carnegie Hall.
- Scholarships Available The $1,000 renewable Campus Impact Scholarship is for students participating in PUC orchestra, wind ensemble, iCantori, or Octet.
What You Can Do With This Major
While many graduates with music degrees work in the creative industry, they are by no means limited to that arena. There are many career paths you might be interested in.
- Church music director
- Copyright administrator
- Music librarian
- Music producer
- Music therapist
- Music video producer
- Solo/Symphonic performance
- Sound technician
Learn more about the department of music at puc.edu/academics. Our team of admissions counselors can answer any questions you have about PUC’s music programs, or the other majors the college offers. Call (800) 862-7080, option 2 or email email@example.com to get connected with a counselor now and start learning about all the options available to you!