School Info, Enrollment & Policies
About the School
With Berklee Online, you can study what you want, when you want, and where you want, with recognized experts in contemporary music education. You can participate in several ways:
Be part of the inaugural class of Berklee Online’s graduate program, beginning in September 2018. We will soon be accepting applications for these unique 36-credit offerings, which include a Master of Arts in Music Business, and a Master of Music in Music Production. Read full details about our online graduate programs.
Berklee Online is currently accepting applications for our Bachelor of Professional Studies degree program. Our 120-credit, fully accredited online degree is offered in a variety of majors, including: Music Production, Guitar, Music Business, Songwriting, Interdisciplinary Music Studies (Create Your Own Major), Music Composition for Film, TV, and Games, Electronic Music Production and Sound Design, and Writing and Producing Music. Earn a Bachelor’s degree from Berklee Online and you’re eligible to walk in the graduation ceremony at Berklee’s Boston campus. Read full details about our online music degree programs.
Earn professional credentials and marketable skills when you enroll in a multi-course certificate program. You can obtain certificates in subjects such as songwriting, music production, arranging, theory, harmony, ear training, electronic music production, guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, voice, music theory, contemporary writing, home recording, and music business. Choose a program that best fits your time frame and needs, from 6- and 12-month intensive programs, to longer 2+-year programs that will help you develop complete mastery in your area of interest.
With more than 170 instructor-led credit-bearing and non-credit courses, you can get a comprehensive education in music, master new skills, advance in your profession or explore a new career path, and discover new personal areas of interest with Berklee’s unique curriculum. You’ll get one-on-one guidance from Berklee’s renowned instructors, and learn with a community of like-minded musicians.
Our college-credit certificate programs offer many different study options available in subjects including songwriting, music production, arranging, theory, harmony, ear training, electronic music production, guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, voice, music theory, contemporary writing, home recording, and music business.
How it Works
Berklee Online provides a rich learning environment that’s easy to fit into your schedule. Our Academic Advisors are always available to answer any questions you may have regarding our courses and programs. Our Academic Advisors may be contacted via email at email@example.com or by telephone by calling 1-866-BERKLEE ext 1 (1-866-237-5533 ext 1) within the U.S; or 617-747-2146 ext 1 for international callers.
Learn more about Berklee Online’s Master’s degree program.
Learn more about Berklee Online’s Bachelor of Professional Studies degree program.
Select the certificate program you want, enroll online, and submit payment.
Payments can be made by credit card, check, PayPal, and wire transfers.
Credit and Non-Credit Courses
Select the course you want, enroll online, and submit payment. Payments can be made by credit card, check, PayPal, and wire transfers.
Taking an Online Course
Each week, your instructor will post a new lesson. You can log on and work on the material anytime within that week. Typically, students spend approximately 10-12 hours per week to complete the work. More or less time may be required depending on the student’s level of experience. The lessons are media-rich and filled with fun interactive learning activities. Also, the projects and assignments within a course provide practical, real-world experience.
As the course progresses, you’ll form a community with your classmates and instructor. You can share ideas, collaborate on assignments, submit and critique each other’s projects, and chat in real time, 24/7. You will have access to your course for one year after its completion.
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