The School of music offers several undergraduate degree programs in the voice areas of music performance, elective studies, or music industry studies performance track. We also offer a Master's in Music Performance (Vocal or Instrumental).
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Bachelor of Music
For enhancing skills and bringing them to a professional level, there’s no better way than private study. All of our music performance students study with Loyola’s artist faculty who maintain professional careers and have extensive backgrounds. Concentration may be elected in voice, music industry studies, or elective studies.
Bachelor of Arts in Music
If you love music but also love graphic design or political science, or want to prepare for medical school, our bachelor of arts in music may be perfect for you. In addition to intensive study in music theory, music history, and solo and ensemble performance, students in this program complete a minor, or even a second major, in another field. This can prepare you for a career in either music or that other field, or in an area that combines the two.
The flexibility of our curriculum lends itself well to pre-professional studies, and graduates have gone on to medical and law school as well as to careers in a wide variety of fields. It’s also a particularly good starting point for graduate study in music history, music theory, ethnomusicology, and other areas. It’s up to you to create a path that fits your own particular interests and needs.
Graduate Degree Programs
Master of Music in Music Performance
For enhancing skills and bringing them to a professional level, there’s no better way than private study. All of our master of music in performance students study with Loyola’s artist faculty who perform professionally and have extensive backgrounds.
The College of Music and Fine Arts offers an undergraduate minor for students pursuing other academic majors. Our minor is excellent for students with an active music background interested in continuing their studies and private lessons.