Hours62 Credit Hours
LEPLimited Enrollment Program.
MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

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requirement 3 Complete 1 option
option 3.1 Complete 8.0 hours from the following course(s)
Instrumentalists and Classical Vocalists:
option 3.2 Complete 8.0 hours from the following course(s)
Contemporary Vocalists (choose voice sections):
requirement 4 Complete 4.0 hours from the following course(s)
requirement 5
Complete 1 hour of ensemble each semester for four semesters (determined by the student's major instrumental teacher or by choral audition - not by the student). (A) complete 2-3 hours from the Category 1 Approved Large Ensembles (see your MAP); (B) complete 1-2 hours from the Category 2 Other Approved Ensembles (see your MAP).
requirement 7 Complete 2 courses
requirement 8
Complete one course from a GE Arts or Letters requirement outside music (in addition to the GE requirement) or one humanities course approved by faculty advisor.
requirement 9 Complete 1 option
option 9.1 Complete 6.0 hours from the following course(s)
Complete a minimum of six credits from the following music elective courses. Select courses in consultation with faculty advisor.
Note: Music 336R may be used for Requirements #5 or #9, but may not be double-counted in any given semester.
Note: Students should register for the 400-level literature class that corresponds with Music 360R.
requirement 10 Complete 1 course
Present a juried recital (Music 349) during the junior year. RECITAL: Enroll in Music 349 (0.0 credit hours) for the semester during which a recital is to be presented. Concurrent enrollment in appropriate performance instruction is required. A pre-recital hearing is required at least three weeks before juried recitals. Contact the Harris Fine Arts Center Scheduling Office (C-302 HFAC) for further information.
Program Outcomes

Music History and Theory

Show mastery of the basic cultural and historical background of Western civilization, and the important musical styles that have emerged therefrom.

Western and non-Western Music

Demonstrate command of Western and non-Western music's organizing principles.

Critical Thinking and Effective Communication

Think and write clearly and effectively about music, and defend their views.