Undergraduate Degree Programs
The School of Music at Texas Tech University offers five undergraduate degrees.
For detailed information about each degree plan, please refer to the TTU School of Music Undergraduate Handbook.
Bachelor of Arts in Music
This degree is for students who choose music as a major within a general liberal arts curriculum.
Bachelor of Music
Fields of Specialization: Music Education, Composition, Performance, Theory
The performance field of specialization includes concentrations in keyboard (pedagogy is also available), organ, voice, brass, woodwind, percussion, and stringed instrument. Fields of specializations are also offered in both compositon and theory. The Bachelor of Music in Music Education field of specialization replaces that formerly known as Bachelor of Music (leading toward teacher certification).
Specialization in Music Education prepares students to teach choral, instrumental, and general classroom music in kindergarten, elementary, middle, junior high, and senior high schools. This program leads toward an all-level teaching certificate in the state of Texas.
More information regarding these degrees can be found in the Undergraduate Student Handbook.
Texas Tech music graduates have distinguished themselves in a variety of ways, from winning Fulbright and other advanced study fellowships to performing professionally. Many are outstanding teachers in public schools, colleges and universities, while others have achieved fame in such specialized areas as electronic music or performance on the Metropolitan Opera stage.
The School of Music is a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music and offers bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in music.