Music Program

Course Offerings

We  offer the following courses for credit in music. Our students receive an education in music history and theory with the highest academic standards.  

  • HUM 1001 - Freshman Humanities Seminar (Music Topics Vary)
  • MUS 1150 - Intro Applied Music - Piano, Voice, Flute, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, High Strings, Low Strings, Guitar
  • MUS 1185 - Special Topics in Applied Music (Topics Vary)
  • MUS 1201 - Group Beginning Guitar
  • MUS 1202 - Group Intermediate Guitar
  • MUS 1203 - Group Beginning Piano
  • MUS 1204 - Group Intermediate Piano
  • MUS 1310 - Music Theory and Ear Training 1
  • MUS 2150 - Applied Music - Piano, Voice, Flute, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, High Strings, Low Strings, Guitar
  • MUS 2160 - Advanced Jazz Techniques - Jazz Syndicate
  • MUS 2201 - Concert Choir
  • MUS 2202 - Chamber Music Ensembles 
  • MUS 2203 - Concert Band
  • MUS 2204 - String Orchestra
  • MUS 2205 - Jazz Ensemble
  • MUS 2280 - Intro to American Popular Music
  • MUS 2290 - Intro to World Music Cultures
  • MUS 2310 - Music Theory and Ear Training 2
  • MUS 2470 - Intro to Western Classical Music
  • MUS 3185 - Special Topics in Music Literature and Analysis (Topics Vary)

**Boldface Courses satisfy Humanities Electives for FIT Undergraduate Degrees**

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Mission Statement

The music program at Florida Tech is designed to enhance the experience of Florida Tech students in all disciplines. It offers the highest level of education in academic music learning as well as opportunities for progressive and innovative musical experiences through performance, professional guidance, and community interaction. The music program embraces and embodies Florida Tech’s mission as a high tech university with a distinctly human touch.

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Contact

School of Arts and Communication
150 W. University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901

(321) 674-8082