Music BM Degree

Specialize and Succeed in Music Performance or Music Education

Choose from seven majors at The University of Texas at Tyler to focus your bachelor of music (BM) degree in studies that promote your talents and interests: composition, instrumental music education, instrumental performance, piano performance, piano pedagogy, vocal performance or vocal music education.

  • Excel in UT Tyler’s School of Performing Arts, which serves as an artistic center and resource for the university and for the city of Tyler and surrounding communities.
  • Study in outstanding college facilities that include the Cowan Center, a focal point for performing arts on campus and in the city of Tyler; Vaughn Auditorium that hosts touring productions and university functions; and Braithwaite Recital Hall, our venue for solo recitals and small chamber performances

Graduates of the music program at UT Tyler have gone on to such positions as music teachers, band directors and church musicians, and many have pursued graduate studies in music.

Bachelor’s in Music: Advance Your Talents—and Career

  • Complete a music degree that builds your talents and prepares you for career success in the competitive music field. Begin specialized music education in the first semester of your freshman year.
  • Gain visibility in Tyler and East Texas through The University of Texas at Tyler’s dynamic concert series and numerous performance opportunities on campus.
  • Interact and learn with energetic, talented students and faculty who will challenge you to achieve your highest standard of excellence.

Students must complete audition requirements to be considered for the School of Performing Arts.

Learn more about the School of Performing Arts.



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Music Courses: Rigorous. Rewarding.

UT Tyler Choir Singing with Instructor on Piano

Music Faculty: Passionate. Dedicated.

--Study with college faculty who are acclaimed musicians, and who have performed locally in Texas as well as nationally and internationally.

--Gain insights from professors who are frequent featured speakers at such conferences as the Texas Music Educators Association, the Music Educators National Conference and the International Clarinet Association.

Learn more about UT Tyler music program faculty.