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Music (B.A.)

Accelerate your passion for music. Challenge yourself through strong music studies emphasizing performance, within the context of a liberal arts curriculum.

As a music major, you’ll acquire a broad knowledge of music, stressing the development of musicianship, the ability to perform and an intellectual grasp of the art. We do this with a heavy rotation of hands-on learning, from private lessons to public performances. You'll be preparing for career opportunities in a variety of musical areas, including performance and private studio teaching. Many graduates continue music studies in graduate school. If you are considering a career in music, you may not be aware of the variety of music professions available to you and the opportunities they present. 

Want to take the first, important step in a lifelong career in music? Audition to enroll in our music program! It’s a requirement for admission.

See and hear our musicians and vocalists in this overview of the Division of Music. Feeling inspired? Submit your portfolio to start the process of being considered for our program!
York College music professor Erin Lippard helps a student with a violin lesson
Our dynamic faculty challenge you to new heights in your performance.

Your future in Music

Our graduates have gone on to work for Central Dauphin School District, the Department of Public Welfare, Hanover Hall Nursing Center, National Symphony Orchestra and West Point Military Academy. Possible careers include:
  • Performing musician, composer, conductor, arranger, lyricist
  • Music educator, music therapist, music librarian
  • Music journalist, TV/radio music producer
  • Music business attorney, church/temple music director
  • U.S. Armed Forces musician, arts administrator
Contact Us
Music (B.A.)
Grace Muzzo, D.M.A. Coordinator
Wolf Hall, Room 206C
Phone: 717.815.6450
Hours Contact for appt.