Brandon University School of Music offers a wide variety of degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. New programs include jazz studies and composition.
There are four departments in the School of Music. The Applied Department is responsible for the performance program, including jazz studies; the History & Theory Department is responsible for the honour’s program, including composition; the Joint Department of Music Education (administered jointly by the School of Music and Faculty of Education) is responsible for the concurrent and specialist music education programs; and the Graduate Music Department is responsible for the master’s programs in performance & literature and in music education.
Each department has a chair – Prof. Greg Gatien is Chair of the Applied Department; Dr. Patrick Carrabré is Chair of the History & Theory Department, Dr. Sheila Scott and Dr. Sheelagh Chadwick are cochairs of the Joint Department of Music Education; Dr. Patrick Carrabré is the Chair of the Graduate Music Department.