The Bachelor of Science in Music is designed for students who would like to combine premedical studies with concentrated studies in music. The Division of Music recommends a minimum of a 3.5 unweighted GPA and 28 ACT or 1340 SAT in order to receive successful admission to the BS Music (premedicine) degree.

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Samford's Division of Music hosts events in the spring and fall. We invite students to come to campus, engage with our faculty, attend classes or an ensemble rehearsal and learn more about studying music at Samford.   

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What can I do with a Bachelor of Science in Music?

With the unique combination of music and premedicine coursework, students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Music can pursue either field upon graduation. Alumni have continued with graduate studies in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, occupational therapy, and many other branches of health care. Alumni also are performing as professional musicians, teaching in the classroom and in the private studio, and more.

This major may be right for you if …

  • you want to continue your studies in music while also preparing for graduate programs in the health sciences.
  • you are interested in both music and the sciences and want to continue exploring both fields while you determine which field to pursue for a career.


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