The Setnor School of Music at Syracuse University offers professional-level training through challenging and relevant undergraduate programs that allow talented musicians and future music industry leaders to excel both collectively and as individuals.
- Music (B.A.)
Work extensively in music while devoting more time to liberal arts studies.
- Composition (B.M.)
Develop a wide range of musical skills through performance, training in music theory and music history, and a comprehensive study of instrumentation and orchestration.
- Music Education (B.M.)
Acquire optimal teaching competencies; artistry and musicianship; and philosophical, theoretical, and historical perspectives of music and music education.
- Music Industry (B.M. or B.M./MBA)
Develop a high level of music competency while learning about the music business. Qualified sophomores can apply to the University’s MBA program, thus completing a five-year, double degree.
- Performance (B.M.)
Choose one of our performance areas: organ, percussion, piano, strings, voice, or wind instruments.
- Sound Recording Technology (B.M.)
Gain the practical and theoretical background needed for success in today’s music production industry.