Have you ever met someone who thinks in A minor and speaks in G sharp? They can break down every part of a song while telling you who wrote it, where it was recorded and how they did it? They often operate on the “music is life” mantra. Is that person you? If so, you should consider earning a degree in Music and turning your love of music into a music career.
Those with a degree in Music can explore many different career options. If music is your true passion and you want to share its importance to the masses, consider teaching, ensemble or solo performance, music engineering, music therapy, sound technician, a career in radio or broadcasting, or theater stage manager. The list goes on!
Stanford University offers 3 Music, General degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2019, 32 Music, General students graduated with students earning 16 Master's degrees, 13 Bachelor's degrees, and 3 Doctoral degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|San Jose State University San Jose, CA||42 : 1||36,085|
|Stanford University Stanford, CA||11 : 1||17,249|
|Santa Clara University Santa Clara, CA||15 : 1||8,669|
|De Anza College Cupertino, CA||75 : 1||18,669|
|West Valley College Saratoga, CA||36 : 1||7,619|
|Mission College Santa Clara, CA||33 : 1||6,995|
|Gavilan College Gilroy, CA||71 : 1||5,573|
|Foothill College Los Altos Hills, CA||89 : 1||15,123|