Degrees and Areas

ViolinWebster University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in music.

You may wish to study music in a conservatory-style setting, with intensive performance instruction and significant doses of music history and music theory. 

Or you may wish to combine music with another degree . . . or become a music teacher in a public or private school.

Our Bachelor of Music degree offers you the chance to specialize within program areas in

A general music degree, often combined with another major or used as a more flexible degree option, is the Bachelor of Arts degree. 

And of course we offer the Bachelor of Music Education degree in Instrumental/General Education and Vocal/General Education.

The graduate program includes the choice of either a Master of Arts in Music (MA) or a Master in Music (MM).  Both graduate degrees allow for flexibility as you choose a focus in addition to required coursework.

Webster University is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.