Berklee offers a range of academic programs, from comprehensive undergraduate studies in Boston to short programs around the globe. Dig deeper below.
- Undergraduate Programs
Choose from one or more of 12 majors on your way to a bachelor of music degree or professional diploma. You'll learn more in this section about Berklee's minors, principal instruments, institutes, and more.
- Master's Programs
Interested in taking your music skills to the next level? Consider any of Berklee's four master's programs-covering performance, film scoring, business, and technology-offered on our campus in Valencia, Spain.
- Online Degrees, Certificates, and Courses
Berklee Online is the online extension school of Berklee College of Music, delivering access to Berklee’s acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world. Berklee Online’s award-winning online courses, multi-course certificate programs, and Bachelor of Professional Studies degrees are accredited and taught by the college’s world-renowned faculty, providing lifelong learning opportunities to people interested in music and working in the music industry.
- Summer Programs
Things slow down at some colleges during the summer, but not at Berklee. Programs run in length from a few days to several weeks and they're open to a wide range of musicians. You'll have a chance to develop your abilities in performance, production, songwriting, or any of several other areas.
- International Programs
Through its partnerships with music education institutions and other organizations around the world, Berklee takes its curriculum, faculty, and students to places far from the college's campuses in Boston and Spain. Learn all about the international pathways to a Berklee education via the link above or watch an international student discuss his experience at Berklee in the video below:
- Berklee City Music
This nonprofit education program harnesses the energy of contemporary music to reach underserved 4th to 12th graders. Students are set up for success through year-round instruction, expert faculty, individualized mentoring, and a comprehensive curriculum.