Music Pathway A.S

Information about the music pathway may be found at

The Music Pathway (Associate of Science in Music) largely mirrors the first two years of most bachelor of music degrees, such as those offered at the Georgia State University School of Music. Students take several semesters of each of the following courses: private music lessons in voice or an instrument, music theory and analysis, aural skills and sight-singing, group piano classes, and music ensembles. The full breakdown of courses can be found in the GSU associate level catalog.

Most, if not all, of the core curriculum courses you need are offered online.  All of the music major courses and ensembles meet on the Clarkston campus. Additional music courses for non-majors are offered on the Dunwoody campus and online.

You can look up the courses per campus per semester through GoSOLAR - Georgia State Online Access to Records.

Go to Class Schedule Search

Select the semester you want to view and Click Submit.
Then select the degree, course, campus and other criteria
Click Class Search.

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