Composition & Theory
The Music Department offers students the opportunity to study with gifted, nationally and internationally recognized faculty while pursuing their undergraduate or graduate music degrees.
Undergraduate students may choose to pursue either a Bachelor of Arts Degree in music or a Bachelor of Music Degree. Students choosing a career path in the Bachelor of Music Degree may specialize in one or more areas of emphasis: music composition, music education, music performance, music theory, or the Bachelor of Music Degree with elective studies in business.
Master of Music students can pursue emphases in composition, instrumental conducting, instrumental performance, music education, music history, or music theory.
Graduate students who have completed an MA Degree or its equivalent have the opportunity to further develop their musical skills in a performance-intensive program culminating in a Graduate Certificate in Advanced Performance.
- Alan Gosman, music theory - area coordinator
- Wing Lau, music theory
- Elizabeth Margulis, music cognition and music theory
- Robert Mueller, composition and music theory
- Joon Park, music theory
- Nastassja Riley, music theory