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Music MUS 3400. MUS 3410. MUS 3420. MUS 3540. MUS 4500. MUS 4410. MUS 4430.

Vocal Pedagogy (2) Conducting I (2) Instrumental Literature & Pedagogy (2) Musical Theatre Literature (2) Advanced Vocal Pedagogy & Literature (2) Conducting II (2) Group Vocal Technique (2)

Departmental Electives (4) Requirements for a Minor in Music with a Concentration in Instrumental Studies (22 credits) Theory/History/Aural Skills (6) MUS 1001. MUS 1002. MUS 1101. MUS 1102.

Aural Skills I (1)* Music Theory I (2) Aural Skills II (1)** Music Theory II (2)

*This course is a co-requisite with MUS 1002. **This course is a co-requisite with MUS 1102. Ensemble (4) Choose four credits from the following: MUS 1331. MUS 1335. MUS 1337. MUS 1341.

University Band (1) Wind Ensemble (1) University Orchestra (1)‥ Jazz Ensemble (1)^

‥Required of string majors. ^Credit given to guitar majors only. Primary Instrument (4) MUS 12xx. Instrumental Lessons (2) MUS 22xx. Instrumental Lessons (2) Performance Studies (4) MUS 3420. Instrumental Literature & Pedagogy (2) Choose 2 credits from the following: MUS 3410. Conducting I (2) MUS 4410. Conducting II (2) Small Instrumental Ensemble: MUS 1340. Percussion Ensemble (1) MUS 1341. Jazz Ensemble (1) MUS 1342. String Quartet (1) MUS 1343. Flute Ensemble (1) MUS 1344. Brass Ensemble (1) MUS 1345. Clarinet Choir (1)

MUS 1346. MUS 1347. MUS 1348. MUS 1349.

Brass Quintet (1) Cello Ensemble (1) Saxophone Ensemble (1) Guitar Ensemble (1)

Departmental Electives (4)

Course Descriptions MUS 1001. Aural Skills I. Aural Skills I is the first of two courses intended to provide incoming freshmen with drill and practice in aural skills, including sight-singing, rhythm reading, cadence identification, and dictation. Corequisite: MUS 1002. May be taken concurrently with MUS 2001 with approval by the department chair. One credit. MUS 1002. Music Theory I. Music Theory I is the first of two courses intended to provide students with the skills and vocabulary fundamental to understanding basic music theory. Includes the fundamentals of tonal music, two-part counterpoint, diatonic harmony, and tonal hierarchy. Corequisite: MUS 1001. May be taken concurrently with MUS 2000 with approval by the department chair. Two credits. MUS/THE 1010. Exploration of Performance. Students will explore the lively arts of theatre, music, and dance in a team-taught course that emphasizes the performance aspects of each discipline. Four credits. MUS 1101. Aural Skills II. Aural Skills II is the second of a series of two courses intended to provide incoming freshmen with drill and practice in aural skills, including sight-singing, rhythm reading, cadence identification, and dictation. Prerequisite: MUS 1001 or approval of instructor. Corequisite: MUS 1102 (unless waived by department chair). May be taken concurrently with MUS 2101 with approval by the department chair. One credit.

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Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 2017  

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