The curriculum in Music equips students with a solid musical foundation, as well as skills and knowledge necessary to enter graduate school and professional programs. Students will be prepared for a career in entertainment industries, professional careers in church music ministry, and music performance. The program offers a learning-centered approach in two concentrations, Music Industry and Voice Performance, which allows graduates to excel in their professions. Music majors have the opportunity to perform on campus, to be a part of the renowned Dillard University Choir, collaborate with the Theatre Department and work in partnership with churches in the community and around the country.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Undertake entrepreneurial ventures in music, art and entertainment industries.
- Demonstrate preparedness for graduate study in music and function effectively in a global society.
- Demonstrate competence in ethical decision-making that contributes to community improvement and to the students’ own leadership development.
- Demonstrate competent analytical decision-making and undergraduate research, and use of technologies in music art and entertainment industries.
- Jazz Band
- University Concert Choir