Music Major with Liberal Arts Option, Bachelor of Arts (BA)

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This is a program designed for the study of music within a liberal arts curriculum.

Note: two years of a single high school foreign language or one year of a single college level foreign language is required.

Required Courses
MUSC 101MUSIC THEORY I3
MUSC 102MUSIC THEORY II3
MUSC 103MUSIC THEORY III3
MUSC 104SIGHT SINGING AND AURAL SKILLS1
MUSC 105SIGHT SINGING AND AURAL SKILLS II1
MUSC 106SIGHT SINGING AND AURAL SKILLS III1
MUSC 110CONVOCATION AND RECITAL ATTENDANCE (must pass 11 quarters)0
MUSC 121PIANO CLASS II FOR MAJORS1
MUSC 122PIANO CLASS III FOR MAJORS1
Piano Proficiency 0
MUSC 201MUSIC THEORY IV3
MUSC 202MUSIC THEORY V3
MUSC 203MUSIC THEORY VI3
MUSC 204SIGHT SINGING AND AURAL SKILLS IV1
MUSC 205SIGHT SINGING AND AURAL SKILLS V1
MUSC 250MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE I3
MUSC 251MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE II3
MUSC 252MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE III3
MUSC 310BASIC CONDUCTING SKILLS2
MUSC 357MUSIC IN DIVERSE CULTURES3
MUSC 491MUSIC SENIOR THESIS4
or MUSC 490 SENIOR CAPSTONE
Applied Music Requirements–must be repeated12
INSTRUCTION ON INSTRUMENT OR VOICE
INSTRUCTION ON VOICE OR INSTRUMENT
INSTRUCTION ON VOICE OR INSTRUMENT
INSTRUCTION ON INSTRUMENT OR VOICE
Ensembles Requirements–must be repeated12
WIND ENSEMBLE
SYMPHONIC BAND
ORCHESTRA
SYMPHONIC CHOIR
CONCERT CHOIR
Electives at the 300- and 400-level14
Total Credits81

For information on General Education, see Undergraduate Degree .

Student Learning Outcomes—students will

  • compose, perform, or teach music effectively;
  • demonstrate technical and esthetic understanding of music.