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The UNCG School of Music is home to over 600 music majors and 60 distinguished faculty members. Music has been a central discipline at UNCG since the university's founding. The school was the first in the South to offer an undergraduate music education degree (1912). The North Carolina High School Music Contest Festival - the precursor of today's influential North Carolina Music Educators Association - arose on campus during the 1920s.

The UNCG School of Music has been fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music since 1938. The school offers the only comprehensive music program from undergraduate through doctoral study in performance and music education in North Carolina. It is continually recognized as one of the best music institutions in the United States.

Degree Programs

Undergraduate Study

Bachelor of Music
Composition
Jazz Studies
Music Education
Performance
Bachelor of Arts
Music Minor

Graduate Study

Master of Music
Performance
Accompanying
Conducting
Early Keyboard Instruments
Piano Pedagogy
Vocal/Instrumental
Vocal Pedagogy
Music Theory
Composition
Music Education

Doctor of Musical Arts

Accompanying
Conducting
Performance

Doctor of Philosophy

Music Education

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