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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Music, Composition emphasis B.M.


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Requirements (See core requirements below.)

Bachelor of Music (B.M.) Degree


Requirements


(See core requirements below.)

Major in Composition


(Major Code: 216)

 

University Core Curriculum Requirements


Refer to the “University Core Curriculum ” section of this catalog.

Note:


Music majors cannot receive core credit for MUSI 1306 . MUSI 1208  and MUSI 1209  satisfies “Visual and Performing Arts” in the core curriculum.

MUAP 10XX (two credit hours for each of four semesters) in performance medium


MUAP 30XX (two credit hours for each of two semesters) in performance medium


MUAP 1087 (two credit hours for each of four semesters) in composition


MUAP 3087 (two credit hours for each of two semesters) in composition


Six semester hours of major ensemble. A minimum of three semesters of lower-division, and the remaining semesters must be upper-division.


Other Requirements


A minimum of eight semesters of major ensemble


Recital, concert, weekly seminar and departmental meeting attendance


Satisfactory senior recital performance before graduation


Four additional hours other than MUSI, MUEN or MUAP


Curriculum Guide (suggested course sequence)


Major in Composition

First Year


Semester 1: 16-18 hours


Semester 2: 15 hours


Second Year


Semester 1: 15 hours


Semester 2: 16 hours


Third Year


Fourth Year


Note:


*Required of all music majors—Section 44 (1 hour) for students not required to take IDS by the University; Section 56 (3 hours) for students required to take IDS by the University.

**Recommended to be taken during summer sessions because of scheduling conflicts with afternoon music classes and science labs.

†Should be taken concurrently with MUSI 1372 .

††Should be taken concurrently with MUSI 1373 .

NOTE: Enrollment in core curriculum courses, which should be completed as early as possible, during intersessions and summer sessions will reduce course loads during fall and spring semesters.

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