Memorial University's School of Music is a vibrant community of performers, creative musicians, and researchers whose work encompasses a wide range of interests across the musical spectrum. Its faculty are internationally renowned musicians and scholars who are as engaged in teaching as they are in practice.
Through personalized mentorship, a select number of undergraduate and graduate students participate in unique opportunities to launch their professional lives in one of Canada's most vital musical environments.
The Bachelor of Music is a four-year degree program that prepares students for a career in music. Students take two years of general music study before selecting a major. All students get four full years of private lessons on their instrument or voice.
The joint degrees in Music (B.Mus) and Business Adminsitration (B.B.A) is a five-year joint degrees program is designed to give students the musicianship, knowledge, skills and business acumen they need to forge their careers in music and further afield. Upon completion of the program, students earn two degrees -- a Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Business Administration.
The Master of Music programs in performance, performance/pedagogy, and conducting directly address the variety of career and life skills contemporary musicians must possess.
The M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Ethnomusicology offer nationally distinctive and regionally unique opportunities for individuals who are interested in researching music as a cultural practice.