After Graduation

After Graduation ​​​​​​

Following graduation, many of our highly sought-after graduates accept positions as music teachers in public or private schools, become involved in music business and enter management roles in music-related fields. Many graduates also go on to pursue advanced degrees in music.​

Recent graduates are employed by Loudon County, Seneca Valley, Phoenix area, Maryland County and Bethel Park public schools; Urban Impact in Pittsburgh, PA; the Piano Academy of Scranton; the Trinity Fellows Program, Charlottesville, VA; and military bands.

Graduates also may pursue advance degrees at colleges and universities. Recent alumni have done so at the Biblical Theological Seminary, Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, Indiana University, Miami University (Ohio), Notre Dame, Ohio University, Peabody Conservatory, Pennsylvania State University, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Royal Academy (London), Slippery Rock University, Towson University, University of South Carolina, University of Iowa, University of Louisville, University of Texas, University of Wisconsin, West Chester University, Westminster Choir College, Yale


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B.M. in Music Education Leading to K-12 Certification

Students majoring in music leading to K-12 certification in music education take courses specific to the education major, along with a core of liberal arts courses.

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B.M. in Music, Performing Arts

​The Bachelor of Music degree in music/performing arts prepares students for graduate study and careers in performance. ​​

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B.M. Music, Religion

The Bachelor of Music degree in music/religion prepares students for graduate study and careers in music ministry and Christian education.

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B.M. in Music, Business

The Bachelor of Music degree in music/business prepares students for employment in the areas of music merchandising or arts management.
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B.M. in Music

​The Bachelor of Music degree in music requires advanced instrumental or vocal work in an applied major area over a student’s four years of study.​​

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Minor in Music

​Students minoring in music can take advantage of an impressive range of ensemble and course options along with a wide variety of private instrument lessons.​​

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