About the School of Music

National recognition is music to our ears

With the musical legacy that is part of New Orleans, it’s no coincidence that some of the country’s most recognized Music programs are here. Loyola’s College of Music and Fine Arts is the home of a nationally recognized opera program, the city’s first program in jazz studies, a nationally renowned string education program, and one of the first music therapy programs in the nation. We continue the tradition of excellence and innovation with a world-class music industry studies program.

Choose from the following majors:

Bachelor of Arts in Music | Jazz Studies | Music Composition | Music Education | Music Industry Studies | Music Vocal PerformanceMusic Instrumental Performance | Music Therapy | Music with Elective Studies 

What can I do with a Loyola music degree?

A degree in music can take you down a wide array of paths, from a business-focused path that may lead to managing someone’s career or becoming a music industry entrepreneur to a more traditional performance path that may find you performing with an orchestra or becoming a music educator.

Below  are some music careers that you may decide to pursue:

  • Musician
  • Singer
  • Business manager
  • Booking agent
  • Concert promoter
  • Conductor
  • Educator
  • Music therapist
  • Music publisher
  • Publicity director
  • Record producer

Find out more about careers in music from the National Association of Music Educators »

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