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Bachelor of Arts in Music

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The Bachelor of Arts in music is tailored to students who intend to continue their studies in graduate school, pursue a music-related career, or perform professionally.

Within this program, students with special interests are encouraged to develop individualized fields of study. Professors and students work together to design program in any number of specialized areas, including liturgical music, music business, music therapy and arts management.

Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Music

Required:

MUS 099 Concert Attendance (every semester enrolled)
MUS 201 Theory I, 2 credits
MUS 202 Theory II, 2 credits
MUS 207 Aural Skills I, 2 credits
MUS 208 Aural Skills II, 2 credits
MUS 301 Theory III, 2 credits
MUS 302 Theory IV, 2 credits
MUS 307 Aural Skills III, 2 credits
MUS 308, with a grade of C or better or successful completion of a sight singing/ear training exam
MUS 319 Conducting
WI-MUS 325 Music History and Literature: Antiquity to 1700 
MUS 326 Music History and Literature: 1750 to 1890
WI-MUS 327 Music History and Literature III
MUS 407 Form and Analysis

7 credits of applied major in the same instrument or voice;

presentation of a junior (half) recital;

MUS 403 senior recital (2 credits);

participation in a major ensemble (band, choir or orchestra) each semester of enrollment;

Choose two:
MUS 234 Percussion Techniques, 1 credit
MUS 235 Brass Techniques, 1 credit
MUS 237 Technique for Voice, 1 credit
MUS 238 Woodwind Techniques, 1 credit
MUS 239 Technique for String Instruments, 1 credit
MUS 240 Technique for Guitar, 1 credit
MUS 242 Techniques for Studio Teaching

Requirements for a Minor in Music


Required:
MUS 099 Concert Attendance (every semester enrolled)
MUS 201 Theory I, 2 credits
MUS 202 Theory II, 2 credits
MUS 207 Aural Skills I, 2 credits
MUS 208 Aural Skills II, 2 credits

Choose two:
WI-MUS 325 Music History and Literature: Antiquity to 1700
MUS 326 Music History and Literature: 1750 to 1890
WI-MUS 327 Music History and Literature III

four semesters of lessons in the same instrument or voice;

four semesters of participation in a major ensemble (band, choir, or orchestra).

Recommended: MUS 319 Conducting