Make Music at UM-Flint
As part of the regional comprehensive University of Michigan-Flint, the Department of Music offers students a personalized University of Michigan experience. For nearly 40 years, the experienced faculty have created an environment that develops the very best of student talent and creativity. Students who graduate from music programs at UM-Flint go on to outstanding careers and experiences as performers, teachers, and artistic visionaries. At UM-Flint, you will make music as you make a foundation for your future.
UM-Flint is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, and the Department of Music is recognized for its performances, creative and collaborative students and faculty, and intellectually rigorous programs of study. Programs are open to music majors and minors who wish to pursue undergraduate music degrees, as well as non-majors looking to participate in various performing ensembles that the Department of Music has to offer.
All music students and potential music students are advised by music faculty. Please contact Lois Alexander at email@example.com for advising questions regarding any of the music programs.
Music Catalog Description
The Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) emphasizes study of music in combination with selected fields outside of music. Students participate in studies as music majors in conjunction with other disciplines.
This degree program offers a Honors track. Learn more.
Music Education Catalog Description
The Bachelor of Music Education (BME), is designed to meet the needs of future K-12 music teachers. Completion of the program requirements and passing the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification leads to certification to teach music in K-12 schools in Michigan.
Music Performance Catalog Description
The Bachelor of Music degree (BM) prepares students for future careers as performers and studio instructors. Students prepare solo recitals, participate in both chamber and large ensembles, and study pedagogy related to the major instrument or voice. The high quality and rigor of this program enables students to compete nationally as performers auditioning for professional groups, and as continuing students in graduate schools.
The University of Michigan-Flint is a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), 11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 21, Reston, VA. 20190-5248.
The University of Michigan-Flint’s active schedule of concerts and recitals contributes to the educational and cultural offerings of UM-Flint and the greater Flint community. Students have the opportunity to perform as soloists as well as in a variety of ensembles.