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There are 44 online schools in the US offering over 79 accredited online music programs. These accredited online music schools have approximately 484,250 students enrolled. The admission rate for students who apply to these online music colleges is 64%. This means that 16 out of every 25 students who apply for admission to enroll in online music courses receive admission.

Students can take online music classes at the following degree and certificate levels:

  • Associate's degree in music
  • Bachelor's degree in music
  • Master's degree in music
  • Certificate in music

Accredited online music schools offer a variety of online music programs for students to select from. They offer 14 online music certificate programs, 4 online music associate's degree programs and 14 online music bachelor's degree programs. Also, there is 47 online music master's degree programs.

Approximately 46% of the 484,250 students enrolled in online music classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online music degree or certificate.

Of the various professions online music college graduates can choose from, one of the most popular is as a musician. Accredited online music school graduates may also choose to pursue a career such as a horn player. Salary earned by those with music degrees or certificates depends on factors such as job duties, shift timings, or location. Salary can be in the range of $15,550 to $144,360 per year. In particular, musicians earn an average yearly salary of $49,471. And horn players, earn an average salary of per year.

Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.

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Online Music Programs Offered

  • Master of Music in Music Education - The Kent State University Online Master of Music in Music Education program is designed to give already licensed teachers the chance to do research while continuing their teaching careers. The Online Master of Music in Music Education program gives participants the knowledge to refine their music skills with theory concepts and recital performances so they can become better qualified for leadership positions at accredited learning institutions. At least 30 credit hours are required, including a final oral examination.