Bachelor of Science in Music
The Molloy College Bachelor of Science in Music is a liberal arts degree in music that provides students with the opportunity to develop their artistic voice through a flexible curriculum. Students have up to 26 elective credits allowing them to further their skills in music technology, music composition, performance, or in other areas outside of music. Students in the Bachelor of Science in Music often pursue a minor in a related discipline or even a second major.
We offer elective courses in Music Technology that allow students to develop their own compositions, and explore music creation using digital media.
We provide our Students with development opportunities and internships with some of our partner music organizations including Opera on Tap, MISE-EN New Music, The Madison Theater, and Classical Saxophone Project. In consultation with their advisor, students carve their own academic path that fulfills their academic and artistic needs. Molloy College is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).
- Students will become proficient performers in their primary instrument or voice, and will learn to perform in a variety of ensemble settings.
- Students will become proficient with the creative process of making music either through composition or improvisation.
- Students will use technology as a tool for music creation. This includes writing scores using notation software, becoming proficient working with Digital Audio Workstations (DAW), and using technology in diverse performance settings.
- Students will develop an understanding of musical processes, aesthetic properties of style, and the way that cultural, and social forces shape and are shaped by musical practice. Students will be able to write about music, to develop original ideas, and defend musical judgments.
Career outcomes for Molloy Bachelor of Science in Music Students
Our graduates are active performers and creative artists or are pursuing graduate studies in related disciplines. Some examples include:
Michaela (BSMUS '19): Masters in Library and Information Science (MSLIS) - Pratt Institute
Theresa (BSMUS '17): Music Director Glen Cove Catholic Church, Choir Conductor, Children's Choir Conductor, Private Studio teacher
Kaira (BSMUS '16): Recording Artist
Plan of Study
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