A bachelor of arts in music degree to begin this fall is the latest addition to Lincoln College’s programs as it works toward reclaiming its roots as a four-year university.
“This degree is particularly exciting because the program allows students to choose from two paths: music performance and production and music business and production,” said President David Gerlach.
“The bachelor of arts in music degree is practical, modern and designed to transition directly into careers,” he added.
The program will provide hands-on learning opportunities with nationally recognized music professional hosted in the Johnston Center for Performing Arts building.
Denise La Grassa, lead faculty for music, said the curriculum will include practical skills and “prepare students for careers as performers, music and fine arts administrators, community teaching instructors, an advanced degree in music performance or education or a career in the recording arts.”
Modern production technology will be part of the curriculum in addition to traditional performance opportunities.