The A.A. in Music is designed to provide the freshman and sophomore years of study for students who plan to transfer to a university to major in music programs. Students may choose to emphasize vocal music, instrumental music, or piano. Anyone who enjoyed music in high school, who likes to sing, or who plays a band instrument or the piano may find music an ideal profession. Students who plan to seek teacher certification as secondary school music teachers must show proficiency in a foreign language. At Eastern this is done by taking Spanish through the 1215 level.
Music as a career is challenging and satisfying career whether one teaches, is in the music ministry, or works as a performer.
A college degree is an investment in your future. There are many lifelong benefits of a quality education that exceed the initial costs involved. Tuition and fees at Eastern Oklahoma State College are among the lowest in the nation. Plus, Eastern offers a variety of institutional scholarships, as well as subject-related scholarships for students who demonstrate high academic qualifications and financial need. Federal and state financial aid and grant opportunities are also available to help fund your education.
Apply now for admission to the Music program.
Dr. Brandon Hendrix
Director of Instrumental and Choral Ensembles