The Lindenwood University Music Program is committed to preparing our students with the skills, musicianship, technological understanding, and entrepreneurial tools to succeed in diverse careers as 21st century music professionals. Together we strive to provide our students with the experience necessary to understand and define the craft, business, and teaching of music.
There are many ways to be musical. Whether you're interested in majoring or minoring in music or simply want to enrich your collegiate experience through music, tell us your musical goals and we'll help you achieve them.
Lindenwood University offers several degrees in music, one of which is sure to interest you.
You can earn one of the following degrees in music at Lindenwood University:
- Music (BA)
- Music (BA) with K-12 Vocal-Choral Teacher Certification
- Music (BA) with K-12 Instrumental Teacher Certification
- Music Business and Entrepreneurship (BA)
- Music Performance (BA) with Emphasis in Vocal
- Music Performance (BA) with Emphasis in Instrumental
- Master of Music Education (MME)
Lindenwood University Music Faculty
The music faculty at Lindenwood University includes a mix of full-time and adjunct professionals with years of professional experience. From brass, woodwinds, and strings to percussion, voice, and theory, Lindenwood music faculty excel at their craft and will help you excel at yours, too.
What You Can Do With a Degree in Music from Lindenwood University
The 2016 Occupational Outlook Handbook at the Bureau of Labor Statistics website show that art, drama, and music teachers' median salary is $68,650. Please check their website for information on other careers in music. Coupling a music degree with a business minor can be beneficial if you plan on opening your own music-based business.