The bachelor of music (B.M.) degree programs in the performance areas of organ, percussion, piano, strings, voice, and wind instruments stress the development of technical skills, repertory, poise, and overall musicianship. Your studies include work in your principal and secondary performing areas, music history, and various ensembles. 

In selecting electives, you may strengthen other necessary skills. Voice students, for instance, benefit from studying languages. During your junior and senior years you present solo recitals.

Since most performers go on to advanced study, the performance programs are designed to provide a sound basis for future study.