For college students: Besides band, what programs are strong at your university? Did this matter to you?
For high school students: Do you care about the academics of your future university or you only care about the band?
i'm just trying to get the perspective of current high school students and their priorities.
Don't forget Business
and Law (Rated Best Law school in Louisiana, Highly ranked in the U.S.)
University of Central Arkansas
We offer over 90 different majors! We have the best nursing, education, business, liberal arts program in the state of Arkansas! We are ranked by Princeton University everywhere!
You can go to www.uca.edu to find out more information
Apart from the music department
UAPB has a successful computer science department that sent 3 people to china and many more to do internships at U of A Fayateville
the agricultural program is also one of the top programs in the state of arkansas
criminal justice does well
industrial tech is also produces good students
its many more but i just kno mainly about these lol..
but education is more important that band honestly in a bandhead till i die but band is not going to pay my bills once i finish....
Sure! Anything you can tell me about it would be helpful. I want to of course get a bachelor's in music ed., but also a 2 year nursing degree if possible. I want to go on for a masters in music or music ed., so I'd need a school with at least a decent reputation for scholarships to grad school. Basically, I love to learn. So I want a program with a lot of oppertunities in terms of course options related to being a band director. My principle instrument is clarinet, but I march with a B flat horn, and I'd like to do that in college. I want to have fun marching with the band, be in a band I'm proud of, and most of all learn both on and off the field.