College of Liberal Arts
The multifaceted Bachelor of Music program involves the study of performance, music technology, music entrepreneurship, as well as arrangements and composition. Students benefit from program partnerships with community arts organizations including El Paso Pro-Musica, El Paso Opera and Creative Kids that strengthen their own repertoire.
Three concentrations offered: Music with Teacher Certification, Performance, and Theory and Composition
UTEP's Center for Arts Entrepreneurship exposes students to the business of music
Benefit from ties to organizations such as the El Paso Symphony Orchestra and El Paso Pro-Musica
Christopher Terrazas is a first-generation college student who used his trombone talents to compete and perform around the country and in England as a UTEP representative. He is currently pursuing his Master of Music degree.
Many music graduates become performers, managers, promoters, arrangers or composers. With broadcast and sound engineering projected as a growth industry through 2028, UTEP graduates are well-positioned for a surge in that industry.
UTEP offers grants and scholarships that may cover your entire tuition.
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