Music - Vocal
SING WHERE YOUR SONG WILL REALLY BE HEARD
Butler’s vocal music program is known throughout across the country for training expressive, high-talent musicians in a variety of styles. Whether you major in music or simply want to perform in an ensemble, you are welcome in Butler’s music program. Nationally-recognized faculty, who are active performers, educators and adjudicators, are committed to providing quality education and vocal experiences you will never forget. Vocal students also participate in workshops with world-renowned clinicians and composers and perform state-wide. At Butler, you open doors to a vocal career or continue your degree at a four-year college. Read more about all the ways you can use your talents in Vocal Music.
Our Music Education program gives you the skills to teach instrumental and vocal music to students in Kindergarten through grade 12. Once you complete your associate degree in music education, you can transfer to a bachelor's degree program at a four-year university
Estimated tuition for Music - Vocal = $10,020**
**This includes two years of tuition based on being a Kansas Resident and taking 60 credit hours, estimated fees, and estimated books. Housing and meal plans not included. Fees may vary depending on specific degree path.
ESTIMATED COST FOR ACTIVITY SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS = $1,980
Many students in the Fine Arts and Communication division apply for Activity Scholarships which equal in amount to the cost of two years of tuition based on being a Kansas Resident and taking 60 credit hours and estimated books. Housing, meal plans, ad Fees not included. Fees may vary depending on specific degree path. Find out how you can apply for a Fine Arts & Communication Activity Scholarship.
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CAREERS IN THIS FIELD
The graph below illustrates local salaries based on a career path related to this degree. Each career path varies as does the necessary training required.* For further information, connect with your program’s lead instructor.