Consistent with the broad mission of the university, our aim is to produce responsible citizens, well-informed about the past, and able to contribute to the future.
The William D. Hall and Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Conservatory of Music offers several undergraduate degrees ranging from the Bachelor of Arts in music to pre-professional programs like the Bachelor of Music in composition, music education, and performance (conducting, instrumental [including guitar, keyboard collaborative arts and piano], and vocal). Additionally, the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music offers a Music Minor designed to give students a thorough education in the fundamentals of music theory and music history, as well as experience as a performing musician. Starting this fall, the College of Performing Arts at Chapman University is pleased to present its first graduate program in music, the Master of Music (M.M.) in Keyboard Collaborative Arts under the direction of Dr. Louise Thomas.
Through all of our academic programs, our aim is to enrich the artistic atmosphere of the campus and community and to provide opportunity for creative, and scholarly excellence.