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Who Says You Can Only Have One Passion?

The Music (B.A.) Program at Seton Hill University is designed for students who want to study music in addition to other subjects. Compose your future and combine a B.A. in Music from Seton Hill with another program to make the most of your education.

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Why Earn a Degree in Music at Seton Hill University?

Schedule a Visit to Seton Hill University!You'll enjoy study in the fundamental undergraduate courses in the music program while developing skills in your major area of performance (piano, voice, or instrumental). Once you become a Seton Hill student, a faculty advisor in the Music Program will assist you in designing a curriculum that meets your personal goals. 

Students earning a Bachelor of Art in Music at Seton Hill University have successfully combined the study of music with other majors and minors such as:

  • Computer Science
  • Entrepreneurial Studies
  • Accounting
  • English
  • Business Administration
  • Psychology

- and that's just to name a few! With 80+ majors and programs at Seton Hill, you can combine your love of music with your academic interests.


Seton Hill University's Performing Arts Center is a part of our downtown Greensburg campus, and features practice and professional performance spaces for students in Seton Hill's music and theatre programs. 


All prospective students interested in joining Seton Hill's Music Program are required to successfully complete an audition for members of the music faculty. For more information on admissions requirements for Seton Hill's music programs, click here.


At Seton Hill, you have the opportunity to participate in a variety of large and specialized ensembles. Most ensembles are open to non-music majors and, as a part of the music program, all music majors participate in ensembles.


Seton Hill's on-campus career services center will provide you with the professional preparation skills that you need to be successful - both on and off the Hill. The nationally recognized Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) at Seton Hill University will assist you in transitioning from student to professional, providing you with skills in resumé writing, networking, interviewing and more. They'll begin working with you in your freshman year, helping you make meaningful connections with professionals in your field of interest. 

Ready to Take Your Next Step Forward?

Schedule a visit to come up to the Hill. If you're interested in any of Seton Hill's Music Programs, you are welcome to meet with a faculty advisor, visit a class or take a lesson.  In the meantime, learn more about undergraduate aid and Seton Hill's streamlined admissions requirements. You can apply online for free at any time.

Our Faculty

To contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, fill out our online Request for Information form. You may also call us any time at (724) 838-4281 or (800) 826-6234, or send an email to