The Division of Keyboard Studies encompasses majors in piano, piano pedagogy, collaborative piano, and organ at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Degrees offered range from Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music Education, and Bachelor of Music at the undergraduate level to Master of Music at the graduate level.
The pedagogy program at Baylor University prides itself on facilitating a well-rounded education for the developing artist-teacher by providing supervised practicum teaching experience along with coursework, internships, observations, and research opportunities that cover a variety of levels and ages.
For more than three quarters of a century, Baylor University has been a center of advanced keyboard study for organists. The School of Music at Baylor offers a combined program of academic studies and professional training in music within a Christian university framework.
Graduate studies in Collaborative Piano are designed to place an equal emphasis on vocal and instrumental collaborative performance.
Both music majors and non-music majors from all instrumental or vocal backgrounds have the opportunity to take carillon lessons as secondary study.
Enrolled piano students have the opportunity to take harpsichord lessons as secondary study.