Hours62 Credit Hours
LEPLimited Enrollment Program.
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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.