The primary mission of the music unit at Broward College is to provide a comprehensive program of educational opportunities in music for Broward County.
Our goals in accomplishing this mission show the desire to achieve true academic an artistic excellence. We support both students and the community by:
     Serving as an entry point for students pursuing associate degree programs in music Preparing music majors for transfer to upper-division institutions
     Creating educational opportunities for the non-music major
     Serving as a musical center for the residents of Broward County

We seek to accomplish our mission and goals by using the following strategies and objectives:
     Evaluating entering music students’ readiness to pursue college level music work, both coursework and performance
     Offering preparatory classes and applied lessons to bring students’ skill levels to college level
     Offering music classes, ensembles and applied lessons that develop skills of music majors to the junior year level
     Offering classes, ensembles and lessons as required by upper level institutions for transfer music majors
     Offering general music classes and lessons appropriate to the non-music major
     Providing highly skilled faculty to train students in applied lessons as well as coursework
     Sharing faculty expertise with the community by serving as clinicians and adjudicators
     Providing information to the community as a music resource
     Providing opportunities for community members and non-music majors to participate in large and small college ensembles
     Providing inexpensive performances by college ensembles and faculty in college concert halls and in community facilities
     Maintaining a comprehensive collection of sound recordings

Broward College is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music. For more information on music accreditation, please visit the National Association of Schools of Music’s website at http://www.arts-accredit.org.