Concordia University - Ann Arbor, MI Concordia University Ann Arbor (CUAA) is a private, liberal arts university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, CUAA entered into a unique alliance with Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) in July, 2013 that is beneficial to both schools. CUW broadens its reach into a new geographical area, while CUAA strengthens its enrollment, marketing, and administrative support to continue providing LCMS higher education to students in the Great Lakes region.

Art

You doodle. You view life with your head slightly tilted. You see beauty in the white spaces. You need to go into your studio and make something like you need to breathe. Art is your passion, it's who you are, and you can't imagine doing anything else for a living. You're the painter, the illustrator, the photographer, the sculptor, the teacher. Enroll in CUAA’s Art program and color your world.

As a CUAA Art major, you'll expand your artistic vision through a wide range of coursework that will challenge you technically and creatively. Art majors complete two specializations of 6 credits each in advanced study of 2D and/or 3D. Art majors also complete 9 credits of electives in addition to their specializations. A number of courses are taken at nearby Washtenaw Community College (WCC), which offers excellent additional facilities.

Music

Why Study Music at CUAA?

A CUAA Bachelor of Arts in Music offers you:The opportunity to excel in your chosen performance medium through applied music study

A grounding in music theory and history combined with the joy and creativity of performance

A wide array of vocal and instrumental ensembles

Opportunities to tour with various ensembles

What You’ll Learn in the Music Program

Our Music program will teach you:

Music theory including sight-singing, aural training, composition, and harmonic study

Fundamental conducting principles such as baton techniques, beat patterns, analytical skills, non-verbal expression and gestures

Music history and forms of the Medieval, Baroque, Pre-Classical, Romantic and Twentieth Century periods

A wide variety of music traditions from around the globe

The skills you’ll need to excel in your chosen performance medium

How music reflects and shapes our culture and way of life

How changing technologies shape the sounds, settings, and significance of musical experience

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Contact Information

Phone: (888) 282-2338

Email: Admissions

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