Step 1: Apply for Admission to the University of Central Oklahoma
During the application process, you will be asked to select your planned course of study. From the drop down menu, select one of the three planned courses of study that have degrees within The Academy of Contemporary Music at The University of Central Oklahoma. These are Contemporary Music Business, Contemporary Music Performance, and Contemporary Music Production.
Step 2: Submit Required Supplemental Audition Materials
If necessary, supplemental materials may instead be delivered in person or via mail to:
The Academy of Contemporary Music at
The University of Central Oklahoma
25 South Oklahoma Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (405) 974-4700.
BAT Degree Programs
Study music business and entrepreneurship, advanced topics in contract law, copyright and other legal issues in the music industry.Commercial Music
Students majoring in Audio Production will focus their studies on contemporary audio and music production.Audio Production
Associate Degree Programs
Learn about how the music industry works and build the necessary skills needed to navigate it in this entrepreneurial program.Contemporary Music Business
Learn musicianship skills, theoretical concepts, and stylistic methods that embody current professional performance standards.Contemporary Music Performance
Learn all aspects of the music production process through hands-on experience in the academy’s state-of-the-art recording studios.Contemporary Music Production
ACM Student Leadership Team
Every year, we accept applications for the ACM@UCO Student Leadership Team. Each student selected to be a part of the Leadership Team will be awarded a scholarship worth $2,500. Each team member will be given $1,000 in tuition and $250 in a cash stipend at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
ACM@UCO students are eligible for UCO scholarships and specific scholarships housed within the College of Fine Arts and Design at the University of Central Oklahoma.