Ithaca College School of Music

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Ithaca College School of Music
Type Private
Established 1892
Dean Karl Paulnack
Students 520
Undergraduates 440
Postgraduates 80
Location Ithaca, NY, USA
Campus Small city
Website [1]

The School of Music at Ithaca College is the music school at Ithaca College, in Ithaca, New York. It is one of the five schools of the college. Ithaca College was founded by William Egbert in 1892 as a conservatory of music. Since 1941, the School of Music has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.


The School of Music offers degree programs in:


  • Composition (B.M.)
  • Jazz Studies (B.M.)
  • Music (B.A.)
  • Music Education (B.M.)
  • Music in Combination with an Outside Field (B.M.)
  • Performance (B.M.)
  • Performance and Music Education (B.M.)
  • Sound Recording Technology (B.M.)
  • Theory (B.M.)


  • Composition (M.M.)
  • Conducting (M.M.)
  • Music Education (M.M., M.S.)
  • Performance (M.M.)
  • Suzuki Pedagogy (M.M.)

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