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- 1718 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103; 215.568.7800
- 1572 Wilmington Pike, West Chester, PA 19382; (484) 723-2700
- 1135 Easton Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090; 215.658.0888
- 2223 MacArthur Road, Whitehall, PA 18052; 610.770.3588
- 1391 W. Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522; 717-715-8888
- Additional locations in Cherry Hill and Lawrenceville, NJ
Penn State School of Music
Penn State School of Music: Allen Road, University Park PA 16802; 814.865.0431; music.psu.edu.
- Music Program Degrees
Bachelor of Music (B.M.) Degrees
The Music Program at Seton Hill University offers four concentrations within the Bachelor of Music (B.M.) degree:
Bachelor of Music in Music Education
Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy
Bachelor of Music in Performance
Bachelor of Music in Sacred Music
Each of these programs includes a strong emphasis on skill development in music foundations and performance and students are given ample opportunities to perform.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Music Degree
We also offer the Bachelor of Arts in Music degree for those students who wish to explore other options for developing a career in music. This degree couples a strong foundation in music and performance with the ability to add additional study in areas such as business (and with Seton Hill’s FastForward to an MBA Program, you can earn both your undergraduate degree and your MBA in only five years!)
Minors & Certificates
- Music Therapy Postbaccalaureate Certificate
- Sacred Music Certificate
- Music History Minor
- Music Performance Minor
- Music Theory Minor
Seton Hill University: Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA 15691
- (instrument, keyboard, voice, jazz)
B.M. Music Education
- (instrument, keyboard, voice)
B.M. Music Theory and Composition
- (option for concentration in Music History)
B.M. Music with Elective Studies in an Outside Field
- (option for Outside Field in Music Therapy)
Additionally, with department consent, students may be admitted to a 5-year dual-major in two music degrees.
Minors Offered for Music Majors:
- Jazz Studies, Music History
Minors Offered for Non-Music Majors:
- Music, Music Performance
Swope Music Building is home to approximately 500 music majors and minors with multiple venues for rehearsing and performing. Swope offers an incredible space for performances, academics, and community engagement. Performance spaces include the 375-seat Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre and 125-seat Ware Family Recital Hall. The nearby Emily K. Asplundh Concert Hall seats 1,202 people and is the largest performing arts venue on campus.
Scholarships are available for students enrolled in School of Music degree programs with varying criteria for application, faculty nomination, and/or competition.
West Chester University, School of Music: Swope Music Building, West Chester, PA 19383; wcupa.edu/music