This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Students enrolled in all of the Music Programs will:
- Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of music theory. They will do so by analyzing selected works in which they will identify and relate fundamental musical elements such as phrase structure, organization of harmonic elements, and the construction of rhythmic and melodic materials.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the major historical musical styles by placing selected works, for which they will be provided scores and recordings, into appropriate time frames. During this process they will document and comment on elements such as harmonic style, melodic and rhythmic structure, dynamic structure, the use of ornamentation, etc., as they relate to each of the historical style periods.
- Perform an upper divisional jury at the end of their sophomore year (30 minutes for performance majors, 20 minutes for general music majors and teaching licensure majors).
|MUSI 105||Music Theory I||3|
|MUSI 106||Music Theory II||3|
|MUSI 140||Aural Perception I||1|
|MUSI 141||Aural Perception II||1|
|MUSI 205||Music Theory III||3|
|MUSI 207||World Music *||3|
|MUSI 240||Aural Perception III||1|
|Select two from the following:||6|
|Enjoyment of Music *|
|Music History I|
|Music History II|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
May satisfy General Education requirements.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.