There are many ways to tailor your Music studies at Dalhousie.
Our undergraduate options provide a variety of ways to study music—from dynamic and intensive training to prepare you for professional performance to interdisciplinary studies that allow you to explore music in the context of other fields.
- Explore the undergraduate Music program site
- Read more about our program offerings
- Bachelor of Music
- Bachelor of Arts in Music
- Combined Honours programs
- University of King's College cooperative degree programs
- Add a Minor to your degree
- Learn about Study Abroad music programs and classes
- Learn about the Application and Audition process
The Fountain School of Performing Arts welcomes students interested in the study of Musicology at the graduate level, leading to a Master of Arts in Musicology.
Music elective classes
Even if music is not your major, the Fountain School of Performing Arts offers courses of interest to you—courses that can help you deepen your appreciation and understanding of music and the performing arts. Courses include Writing about Performance, Writing about Music, The History of Jazz, The Rock 'n' Roll Era and Beyond, Electroacoustic Music, and a summer study abroad class in Baroque Culture. See a list of classes offered.
For course requirements for music degree programs, see the Dalhousie Calendar.