The undergraduate curriculum provides extensive training in students' majors, comprehensive instruction in music theory and music history, and an introduction to liberal arts disciplines.

Music History - Bachelor of Musiccredits
Students begin the Music History major in the third year, following approval by the Music History department chair. To begin the Music History major, students must pass a second-to-third year promotional in their applied area. 
Studio (credits vary according to instrument)
Instrumental/vocal (first, second, third years: 3 to 5 credits each semester; fourth year: 1.5 to 2.5 credits each semester)
Thesis MHST 100 (fourth year: 2 credits each semester)
25-39
Music History
MHST 111 (2 credits)
MHST Electives (14-20 credits)
MHST 535-536 (third year, 4 credits)
20-26
Music Theory
THYU 101-102, 106 (9 credits)
THYU 202-202 (6 credits)
THYU 207-208 (6 credits)
 21
Liberal Arts
LARTS 111, 221 (4 credits)
LARTS 181-182 (6 credits)**
Electives (11 credits)
 21
Entrepreneurial Musicianship
ENTP 351 (third year)
 1
Ensemble***
6
Free Electives
4-18
Recital
2
Total Credits120

**Students may test out of the language requirement, or substitute another language for German, with permission from the Music History department chair.

***Determined by applied instrument/voice and/or ensemble auditon.

Additional Requirements:
1) Promotional in applied department at the end of the first, second, and third years (195, 295, 395)
2) Portfolio of papers written during the program of study, presented for review in the fourth year (MHST 497)
3) Lecture recital, or seperate lecture and half-recital, in fourth year, adjudicated by the Music History and the applied department faculty (MHST 499)             4) Oral Exam in fourth year

2011-08-08


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