Along with courses in applied music, music theory, and music history that develop your technical understanding of music, you’ll take classes in business and economics that give you a foundation in business administration.
Florida Southern’s music programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Continuing a tradition of more than fifty years, the Festival of Fine Arts season offers diverse and vibrant student events showcasing their talents.
Our low student-to-faculty ratio ensures that you’ll get personal attention from your music professors who are committed to your success.
As a music student, you'll get practical experience with a company or arts organization during your final semester.
Your courses will include classes like Introduction to Music Business, Music Product and Retailing, and Music Management.
Talent-based scholarships for students intending to pursue a music degree are available through audition.
In MUS 2255 Music Production and Retailing, you’ll learn methods of retailing music production through various music instruments, publications, and artist management.
At the end of the junior year, all Florida Southern College students are eligible to be considered for early admission to the Florida Southern MBA program.
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My goal as a teacher and mentor is to challenge each student, at his or her level, to explore the vastness that is music. I strive to encourage students to seek means by which to gain informational context, develop and implement skills and strategies, and communicate in appropriate and diverse ways. In turn, I expect that they will carry forward a positive model of teaching and learning that they may share with others.
The Music Educators National Conference student chapter, which all interested music students are encouraged to join; Delta Omicron, an international professional fraternity open to music majors and minors, and Phi Mu Alpha, a music fraternity open to anyone with a professional interest in music regardless of major; and the Music Entertainment Industry Student Association, a national organization for students in the field of music management.
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