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The program in Music offers a well-balanced and rigorous curriculum that includes courses in music history and literature, theory, keyboard and aural skills, studio, and performance. Opportunities to take independent study courses in Advanced Composition and Music Technology are also available to our students. Studio lessons on your primary instrument occur weekly, with opportunities to perform every semester.


Bachelor of Arts in Music

K-12 Certification in Music

For Education majors who wish to teach music. Work with students from  kindergarten through 12th grade in a variety of academic settings.

Co-major in Music

K-6 elementary education majors may choose a music concentration as a co-major.

Double Major

Music students have the option to pursue a double major with any discipline at the University.

Required Courses

Points of Interest

  • Small music classes, guaranteeing individualized instruction in the classroom.
  • Music faculty: active performers, published scholars, and award-winning composers.
  • Music-Mac Lab with ProTools and Sibelius
  • Proximity to New York City, providing enriching opportunities to attend concerts, recitals, and Broadway productions.
  • Campus ensembles perform throughout the year:
    • Felician University Choir
    • Felician Jazz Ensemble
    • Wind Ensemble

Career Opportunities

With a Bachelor of Arts in Music, you may pursue a career in:

  • Composing
  • Concert Promoting
  • Conducting
  • Directing music for radio/video
  • Music publishing
  • Entertainment law
  • Managing performers
  • Multimedia consulting
  • Music marketing
  • Performing
  • Sound engineering
  • Teaching music


Program Contact Information

Associate Dean of Humanities
Email | (201) 559-6244
Kirby Hall 314