Our music major graduates regularly go on to study at top graduate programs in performance, composition, musicology, or arts management, and then into interesting music careers. Students interested in education have entered our Masters in Teaching program and are working in schools throughout Maryland (and beyond). Others have found their own paths as instrument makers or technicians, self-employed music teachers, or combining making music on their own terms with employment outside of music.
As is typical with a good liberal arts college, our graduates have entered fields unrelated to music, sometimes because of having pursued double majors. Some recent double majors have been
- Music and Art
- Music and Economics
- Music and Biology
- Music and History
- Music and Computer Science
- Music and International Languages
No matter how students have participated in our music programs, as majors, double majors, minors, or non-majors, we hear from them, repeatedly, that they continue to live their lives deeply enriched by music.
We will work with you to help you find a way to follow your interests as far as you choose to take them.