Academic Programs of Study

Arts Administration (Music)

Bachelor of Arts - BA

  • Music with concentration in art or theatre 
  • Broadcast arts and basic business components 
  • Prepared for a variety of positions

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Bachelor of Arts in Arts Administration (Music) at Marywood

Combining Music and Business, a Degree in Arts Administration (Music) is the perfect play!

The Arts Administration program consists of developing competencies in theatre, developing basic skills in business administration, and becoming familiar with the standards for effective arts management of theatre and music.

Music Administration Degree Description

Combining music, art or theatre and a business component, the program consists of these objectives: 

- developing student competencies in music;
- developing in the student basic skills in business administration;
- familiarizing the student with the separate as well as the combined standards for effective arts management.

More About This Degree


Evan Harger, D.M.A.
Instructor & Director of Orchestral Activities

Joan McCusker, IHM, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Music Education
This is just a sample of our Music, Theatre, and Dance faculty - see them all!

The music department, located on the first and second floors of the Sette LaVhergetta Center for Performing Arts, is comprised of faculty offices and studios, classrooms and practice rooms, the music therapy lab and clinical observation room, small recital room, and main theatre.

Graduates of this program are prepared for a variety of positions in organizations concerned with artistic presentations. Arts administrators are needed in federal, state and community arts agencies, as well as in the promotion of arts education programs.

Torey

Marywood’s music education program was very comprehensive and the curriculum required me to learn so much beyond voice performance.

As far back as I can remember, I have been surrounded by music.  I always wanted to perform and thought I would pursue a career on stage.  Teaching was a back-up plan, but after spending time in the classroom freshman year, I soon learned that I loved it.  Marywood’s music education program was very comprehensive and the curriculum required me to learn so much beyond voice performance, including history, theory, and different instruments. 

I currently serve as a music educator in the North Pocono School District.  My favorite part of the job is passing on my love of music to the students.  I enjoy watching their love of the art grow over time.  It’s something I’m so passionate about, and it’s the most amazing feeling to see them feel that way, too.

Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

  • Official SAT and/or ACT scores
  • Completed application
  • Essay
  • Official transcripts
  • Letter of recommendation

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