So Many Options!
On this page you will discover just a few career options for musicians. With a liberal arts education, professional preparation and entrepreneurial skills added to your own creative talent, many other opportunities await you!
Bachelor of Music in Music Education
Those majoring in music education most often look forward to careers teaching in public and private schools, but there are many other career possibilities along with the traditional teaching posts for a graduate with a B.M. in Music Ed. Take a look:
NAFME’s Career Center
An exhaustive collection of information provided by the National Association for Music Education geared toward helping you find that first job, job listings, career guides, forums, and much, much more!
Bachelor of Music in Music Performance
Is performance your passion? Let us help you be the musician you never thought you could be. What can you do with a performance degree? Here’s a list - and it’s not just performing. A Bachelor of Music in music performance from Seton Hill’s liberal arts environment prepares you for a host of possible careers:
Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy
Music therapists are found everywhere! Use your degree to help others in a wide variety of settings, such as:
AMTA’s Career Information
The education and career page for the American Music Therapy Association, the professional organization for music therapists, provides information about careers in music therapy, information on internship sites, continuing education, and much more.
Bachelor of Music in Sacred Music
Students majoring in sacred music normally prepare for careers in service to religious institutions. The degree also prepares you for many other options:
The American Guild of Organists
The mission of the American Guild of Organists is to enrich lives through organ and choral music. The organization provides networking opportunities for its members, career resources, education opportunities, and a searchable database of job postings nationwide.
The National Association of Pastoral Musicians
The National Association of Pastoral Musicians fosters the art of musical liturgy. The members of NPM serve the Catholic Church in the United States as musicians, clergy, liturgists, and other leaders of prayer. NPM provides a listing of posts available throughout the nation, primarily at Catholic institutions.