Music is a great piece of art and having a degree course in it is something that adds a great value in it.
If it would be something to you than teach what you have learned, distribute it among the new talents, those who are keen to discover new unexplored spaces.
As teaching always tend to create a nuclear reaction in a way.
Teach online, discover hidden talents and help them become great in life.
It depends on what level of degree that you want in the online music degree. For the Doctoral degree, it would take about 3-4 years. More information can be found at http://musiceducation.bu.edu/online-music-degree-faq/#q5
This is a degree for people looking to teach music classes. Band, Choir, etc.
Yeah you do.
I am 18 years old and don't know what to do with my life. Really the only thing I care about is music. I eat, breath, and sleep playing my guitar. But my high school never offered ANY sort of music program or class. I want to study music and make music my career and focus of my life but I dont know how to read music. There is a local Junior College that offeres a music degree or a music technology degree. Is it too late for me to get a degree in music?
With a musical degree you can teach music in a school, play in a band, be a music pastor at a church, a tutor or work just about anywhere there is music.
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Usually, the highest degree you can get in anything is a Professor's degree. Meaning you now have the ability to become a college professor. So, you would be a Music Performance Professor.
You can get a music degree online by enrolling in online classes at your local community college. If you are lucky, you can get all of your classes online.
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There are ways to obtain an online degree in music. For more information about attaining a degree online go to musiced.about.com/.../musicschools/.../musicdegree.htm . A list of institutions is available here.
A Bachelor degree in Music does not guarantee a specific salary. It all depends on what work you do and how much the salary for that is. Having that degree might make it easier to be employed as a music teacher.
There is no information on the University of Ulster site about an award for the top music graduate. The top degree in music you can achieve at the University of Ulster is a Doctorate degree.
Yes. In any major college a music degree will be a fine art. That's why the degree will be a "BA" - Bachelor of Arts
It depends on exactly what you mean. If you mean teaching in an elementary school, yes, you need a degree. Almost all, if not all, schools require a degree to be a teacher. If you want to teach private lessons or at a private music academy that is not a school, then you don't have to have a degree unless the academy requires it. In the state of Michigan, where I taught elementary music for many years, you needed at the very least a minor in music to teach it on the elementary level, and preference went to candidates with a major in a music discipline area.
Online music education degrees usually take about 17 to 24 months depending on what level of degree you are aiming for. However, if you want to get the best degree, then choose to study for 24 months.
Local Radio Broadcasters/Hosts, local venue coordinators, music teachers as well as band instructors are typical jobs available to students coming out of college with a degree in music.
Yes there are several sites that can help you out. One is: http://online.fullsail.edu/degrees/music-business-bachelors. Try going to your local college to see if music business degree is available too.
Answer actually it depends on what field of music you are trying to get into. there are a lot of different jobs that you can go for with a music degree. you could be a music teacher, a music performer(which is probably what pays the most), a music producer, or composer, a song writter, audio engeneering, an audio technician...etc... but it depends on what you are trying to do in music. do you play an instrument?
A degree is not required to be a singer. However, A degree would certainly be beneficial especially within the music area.
Yes, a lot of universities offer degrees in music and a lot of musicians have music degrees.
Absolutely. Will your degree say, "BA in Guitar", no, but you can major in music and play your instrument of choice. The problem you will run into is that a music degree will not do much for you unless you want to teach music. If you want to be a musician, you stand the same chance of playing music for a career with or without a degree. Music would make a stronger minor than a major, but you can definitely play guitar in college (be prepared to learn classical).
HI i just finished my music degree but now i dont know which field will i quilify to work on,so please advice me.
Online Music Degrees and Courses - Music Education - About.com musiced.about.com/od/musicschools/a/musicdegree.htm A list of colleges and universities offering online music degrees. ... For those who want to pursue a music degree but find it difficult to do so because of time
First, she would need to ave her general teaching certification, or a general education degree. As for music, it depends on the school or program she's applying to. They may require her to just know piano, or expect her to have a full degree in music. Have her ask to see what she specifically needs.