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Music Schools & Colleges in Oklahoma
Cameron University’s Department of Music possesses a very talented, highly-skilled faculty, an energetic, enthusiastic student body, and supportive, loyal alumni and local constituents base who embrace the university’s three-fold mission of preparing graduates for effective living, for specialized fields of career endeavor and for providing community service through music. The Department of Music provides opportunities for continued musical interaction through its community performance ensembles and public concerts and recitals. We invite you to contact us either to enroll as a music major, perform in an ensemble or take private lessons from one of our studio music professors.
Thank you for your interest in Music Studies at East Central University. The Department of Music provides a musical foundation for all students, professional preparation for selected major fields in music and cultural enrichment for both the campus and community. ECU offers performance opportunities for all students, regardless of major, through membership in various ensembles including bands, choirs, and chamber music groups. Studies in Piano, Organ, and Opera are also available. Our degree programs contain a variety of concentrated areas that include teacher certification, music business, and sacred music.
The School of Music offers a degree in Music Performance which is highlighted by out of class performances such as a recital given during the student’s senior year, choir tour, and several other events. Mid-America Christian University continues to provide music programs for those individuals interested in studying music at the graduate level, students who are preparing for church staff positions that guide the worship experiences for local congregations, or those who want to develop skill in performance or composition.
The Northeastern State University Music Area is a part of the Department of Performing Arts in the College of Liberal Arts. Its mission is to provide undergraduate education leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree (with options in Musical Arts, Music (Business), Performance and Jazz Studies) and Bachelor of Music Education degree, and to provide coursework directed to the general student population. Through quality teaching, research and scholarly activities, service to local and professional communities, and high expectations, our dedicated faculty and staff provide a friendly learning environment where students are prepared to achieve socially responsible career and personal goals for success in a challenging global society.
The mission of the music program at Northwestern Oklahoma State University is to prepare students majoring in music to accept the challenge of leadership in music and the arts amid the ever-changing face of society. NWOSU Music faculty are dedicated music educators who are committed to helping students experience the highest aesthetic order, thereby empowering graduates to be outstanding performers and dedicated educators, influencing the lives of those around them through music and the arts.
Your academic training will find foundation in a strong core of musicianship courses, including a four-semester music theory sequence designed to support and ultimately enhance your understanding of the music you and your major professor will select for your solo work. Find the most historically-informed way to perform your repertoire in our four-semester music history sequence. Your Christian liberal arts training in OBU’s robust core curriculum will only augment your understanding of what it means to be a Christian musician.
Oklahoma Christian offers students many opportunities to participate in solo performances in their area of emphasis. Ensemble and group musical experiences include band, choir, chamber music, orchestra, jazz, and musical theatre. OC’s music degrees are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and have a 100% pass rate on state teacher certification exams. We are committed to providing student musicians with the finest possible academic and performance programs and facilities. Students have access to what has been recognized as one of the best fine arts complexes in the state, and OC is one of a select group of colleges and universities nationwide to bear the prestigious designation as an All-Steinway School.
Oklahoma City University Wanda L. Bass School of Music
Oklahoma City, OK
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The Wanda L. Bass School of Music prides itself on fostering a creative environment that encourages exploration and collaboration. Faculty members at Oklahoma City University are active musicians and scholars whose first priority is teaching and mentoring. Performance opportunities abound with more than 250 events staged throughout the academic year, ranging from solo recitals to full-scale choral and orchestral works, and including six opera and music theater productions. Our degree programs stress virtuosic versatility – integrating performance skills, music scholarship, pedagogy, and professionalism – to prepare students for music careers in the 21st century.
Welcome to the OPSU Music Department! Our mission is to provide music and music education for the High Plains region through performance, music studies and teacher training. We offer performing ensembles, private lessons, and music electives, in addition to the Bachelor of Music degree and two minors in music.
The Department of Music at Oklahoma State University is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and is proud to offer a wide variety of degree programs. These programs provide intensive courses of study that prepare students as emerging music professionals in a wide variety of career paths. The Department also offers many opportunities for non-music majors to participate in ensembles and applied instruction. OSU became an All-Steinway School in 2008 with the purchase of 30 additional Steinway pianos.
The music program at Oklahoma Wesleyan University is housed in the beautiful Lyon Chapel of Fine Arts Building.
Along with strong musical training, students enjoy use of both a large and small performance hall, a computer lab with dedicated stations for music software, individual practice rooms and a number of music research resource materials. OKWU offers a unique blend of exceptional musical training, caring professors and a well-equipped facility.
Students who wish to major in music at ORU are preparing for one of three degrees: Bachelor of Music Education; Bachelor of Music with either a major in Performance, Sacred Music, Composition or Composition Technology; Bachelor of Arts in music with emphasis in either Music Arts or Music Technology; or a Bachelor of Science in Music with a Worship Leadership concentration. We also offer minors in Worship Leadership, Music Technology, and Music Arts. An application and audition are required for each of the Music Major programs as well as the Worship Leadership Minor.
The music program is designed to equip the student with skills to serve as Minister of Music in the local church. A double minor with Christian Education is a practical suggestion for many students. A minimum of 18 credit hours is required for the Church Music Minor.
There’s a place for you in the Department of Music at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Southeastern is one of only three Oklahoma regional institutions whose program is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. If you choose to do intensive study in music and want to devote your life’s work to the field, or if you are serious about music but do not particularly want to make a career in it, then Southeastern is the place for you.
Making music that counts. Studying privately, playing in ensembles, singing music of faith, the SNU School of Music provides musical opportunities for all students who wish to make music a vital part of their college experience. SNU’s School of Music is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music and offers programs of excellence immersed in an atmosphere of service. Come to SNU, study music in a Christian community, learn, grow, travel, excel. Be a part of our family!
Whatever your musical goals, SWOSU’s Department of Music works with you to achieve your personal best. You study with superb musicians committed to your academic and musical advancement. With individual training customized to meet your needs, SWOSU’s Department of Music gives you the educational and performance opportunities to put you on the path to musical success. Our Department of Music is one of the region’s largest and finest music schools. The excellent quality of training offered at SWOSU is demonstrated daily by the hundreds of graduates now working in Oklahoma and throughout the United States.
The School of Music maintains a high level of commitment to its students, alumni and musical community; it is dedicated to assisting them in meeting the challenges of an ever-broadening and diversifying musical world.
The School of Music at the University of Oklahoma maintains its proud traditions while offering visionary programs that prepare students for an evolving and diverse future. An institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1931, the OU School of Music is the only comprehensive music program in Oklahoma. We offer degrees at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels in all areas of music performance, composition, education, history, and theory. With 60+ full-time faculty members and 450 music majors, the School of Music presents over 400 performance and scholarly events each year. Our world-class music faculty is augmented by an outstanding music facility that includes four state-of-the-art performance halls and a comprehensive Fine Arts Library. School of Music graduates occupy prestigious academic and performance positions worldwide.
The academic mission of the Music Department at USAO is to train capable, effective music educators and performers or prepare students for graduate studies in music. The music department also offers courses and ensembles for the general student population in support of the liberal arts environment on campus. The Music Department engages in arts advocacy through its active performance calendar, performances for university and community events, and involvement with local school districts.
The mission of the School of Music is to provide its students with a professional musical education that is consistent with the aims of a comprehensive university and relevant to a continually changing global and technological environment. The School of Music also seeks to enrich the university’s curriculum with course offerings and ensemble experiences available to all students and to enhance campus and community life with quality concerts, recitals, and other programs and performances.