Bachelor of Arts in Music
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Composition
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre
Music Science and Technology Minor
Coordinate Major in Digital Media Practices
The Department of Music offers both a BA and a BFA track for music majors. All students seeking music degrees will begin under the BA music track. Students may then apply to the BFA track “by audition.” No audition is required for admission into the BA program. Ordinarily, BFA auditions will take place during the third semester of matriculation at Tulane.
The BA in Music is a flexible degree that gives students grounding in all three fields of music study (performance, theory, and musicology) while allowing them to cater to their particular interests. By choosing from a variety of core courses and electives, students can design their own concentrations in performance, composition, musicology, ethnomusicology, jazz, musical theatre, or other areas.
The BFA in Music is a rigorous program of study with separate concentrations in Performance, Composition, Jazz, and Musical Theatre. All students share a core curriculum in musicology, performance, and composition, with additional required courses in the appropriate areas of concentration.
MUSICOLOGY (12 credits)
PLUS 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
THEORY (12 credits)
PERFORMANCE (2 credits)