Complete List of Degrees

This page features a list of all degrees offered by the UO School of Music and Dance. For more information, visit the Degree Requirement Checklists webpage for each of the below.

Degrees in Dance

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Dance

Master of Fine Arts, master of Science, or master of Arts in the following areas of concentration:

  • Choreography-Performance
  • Dance Education
  • Dance History
  • Dance Science

Degrees in Music

Bachelor of Music

  • Music Composition
  • Jazz Studies
  • Performance

Bachelor of Music in Music Education

  • Music Education (specialties in band, choral, elementary, or strings)

Bachelor of Arts in Music

  • History/Literature Concentration
  • Theory Concentration
  • Popular Music Studies Concentration*
  • General Music Concentration*

Bachelor of Science in Music

  • Music Technology Concentration
  • Popular Music Studies Concentration*
  • General Music Concentration*

* Indicates non-traditional music major (approx two years of music course work; no audition/portfolio required). All other music degree programs require four years of course work and an audition/portfolio.

Master of Arts

  • Musicology
  • Music Theory

Master of Music

  • Intermedia Music Technology
  • Composition
  • Conducting (emphasis in choral, orchestral, or wind ensemble)
  • Music Education
  • Jazz Studies (performance or composition-arranging emphasis)
  • Performance (emphasis in individual instruments, voice, collaborative piano, multiple woodwind or brass instruments, or violin and viola performance and pedagogy)
  • Piano Pedagogy

Doctor of Musical Arts

  • Composition
  • Performance (emphasis in bassoon, cello, clarinet, data-driven instruments, euphonium, flute, horn, oboe, percussion, piano pedagogy, collaborative piano, solo piano, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, tuba, viola, violin, and voice)

Doctor of Philosophy

  • Music Composition
  • Music Education
  • Musicology
  • Music Theory

Doctoral Supporting Areas

Options include collaborative piano, composition, conducting (emphasis in choral, orchestral, or wind ensemble), ethnomusicology, historical performance practice, individualized research, intermedia music technology, individualized research, jazz studies, multiple woodwinds, music education, musicology, music theory, performance, piano pedagogy, or violin and viola pedagogy