SEVEN REASONS TO ATTEND THE ECU SCHOOL OF MUSIC
As one of the premiere music schools in the southeast, the ECU School of Music offers the degrees of Music Education, BM, and Music, BM, with concentrations in music therapy, music performance, music theory- composition and sacred music; the Advanced Performance Studies Certificate (CAPS); and the Master of Music with concentrations in collaborative piano, choral conducting, composition, instrumental conducting, jazz performance, keyboard performance specialist & pedagogy, music education, music history and literature, Suzuki string pedagogy, vocal pedagogy, performance, sacred music, theory and woodwind specialist.
There is a distinct sense of community among the 250 undergraduate and 50 graduate students who spend most of each day under the roof of the A.J. Fletcher Music Center.
With a 5-to-1 student-faculty ratio the School of Music faculty, leaders in their academic and professional fields, are intentionally accessible to their students.
ECU and the School of Music actively promote and celebrate the diversity of our university and School of Music communities.
Outstanding University Education
ECU offers its students a superior liberal arts education, career services and quality-of-life resources.
Receive an exceptional education with tuition and fees lower than many other schools.
The Music Living Learning Community
Freshmen music majors thrive in the Music LLC as they transition into college life supported by LLC programs, mentors and the ECU Campus Living staff. Together students experience the challenges and successes unique to their major while living in Gateway Residence Hall, the hub for ECU’s Living Learning Communities.
The ECU School of Music offers academic excellence within a welcoming community. Come join us!