Music

Associate of Arts

Students seeking a transfer credential from East Central College will traditionally study in an Associate of Arts (AA) degree program. Each AA degree program is comprised of a 42 credit hour block of general education coursework coupled with a minimum of 18 credit hours of elective coursework, typically in the academic discipline chosen.

Associate of Fine Arts in Music (AFA in Music)

The East Central College Associate of Fine Arts (AFA) in Music is designed to transfer into baccalaureate degree programs for students who wish to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Music, a Bachelor of Music (BM), or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Music. The curriculum provides general education courses required of liberal arts students and music specialization courses required by four year institutions.

The Department of Music at East Central College offers a viable transfer program, a variety of performing and learning experiences and a dynamic concert series for the campus and region. Our talented faculty members offer high quality instruction in general education and core music curriculum and music performance fields which includes: music theory I-IV, music history, applied music in voice, piano, woodwind, strings, brass, percussion, guitar, choral ensembles, band ensembles, percussion ensembles, music appreciation, world music, fundamentals of music, jazz improvisation, and class pianos in a state-of-the-art class piano lab.

The department offers a variety of performance opportunities through student recitals and ensemble concerts. The college is recognized as a center of artistic excellence in the community offering a rewarding cultural and intellectual learning environment. Students have the opportunities to attend on-campus performances, lectures and master classes by world-class artists.

For more information, please visit eastcentralmusic.com

Contact:

Additional Information & Links:

Dr. Tim Sexton, Division Chair,Humanities and Fine Arts
636.584.6698
Office: HH 115

Jennifer Judd, Professor, Music/Program Coordinator
636.584.6696
Office: HH 111

Aaron Bounds, Instructor, Music/Band Director
636.584.6697
Office: HH 113